Ubertooth – Bluetooth Sniffing Updated for 2014!

Earlier I noticed this tweet on my twitter feed: Ubertooth release: https://t.co/cCYHNf34Yc I know it’s been a long time coming, I promise not to leave it so long next time. — Dominic Spill (@dominicgs) February 20, 2014 So I thought I would walk you through the update, which has improved Operating System support, improved Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) support, and GitHub integration to make community development easier….

[SOLVED] Arduino UNO – Can’t Upload Sketches Larger than 30KB

Introduction Relating to the previous Gamby post, many people may have trouble uploading some of the game sketches to their UNO board as they are over 30KB.  The ATMEGA 328P (chip on the UNO) should allow upto 32KBytes of memory; but then people forget there is the addition of the bootloader which in older models occupies 2KB of memory. The bootloader is a special piece of software that makes reflashing…

FlasHack (III)

Welcome back to the FlasHack posts, today we are going to discuss the Flash Local Shared Objects or also knows as Flash cookies. These are files used by Adobe Flash to store information related to the movies and store some information that is going to be interesting during a pentesting or a forensic assessment. They are stored in different places in each operating system: Windows %APPDATA%MacromediaFlash Player#SharedObjects<random code><domain><path – maybe°><object…

FlasHack 2 | Flash Application Security | InteliSecure

Last week we discussed how to capture the information between the flash application and the server. This will help us to analyse the end-points in the application and determine the parameters we will be testing. Today we are going to go to the source code looking for those parameters… First of all we need a decompiler, flasm. It decompile the flash files into some kind of ASM (named SWF bytecode)…

FlasHack 1 | Flash Application Security | InteliSecure

As I promised I’m going to write some post talking about the topics I discussed in the last Reading Geek Night. This doesn’t cover all the security aspect of Flash applications but can be a nice introduction to those who wants to play a bit with Flash files. I started showing how to capture the traffic between the flash application and the server. Usually people thinks that, as the flash…