Wi-Fi

A recently discovered iPhone Wi-Fi bug that could crash the WiFi connectivity could be exploited by attackers to achieve remote code execution. In June, the researcher Carl Schou discovered a new bug in iPhone that can permanently break users’ WiFi by disabling it, the issue could be triggered by simply connecting to a rogue hotspot.  Once an […]

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A new bug in iPhone can permanently break users’ WiFi by disabling it, the issue could be triggered by simply connecting to a rogue hotspot. The researcher Carl Schou discovered a new bug in iPhone that can permanently break users’ WiFi by disabling it, the issue could be triggered by simply connecting to a rogue […]

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This is an impressive hack:

Security researchers Ralf-Philipp Weinmann of Kunnamon, Inc. and Benedikt Schmotzle of Comsecuris GmbH have found remote zero-click security vulnerabilities in an open-source software component (ConnMan) used in Tesla automobiles that allowed them to compromise parked cars and control their infotainment systems over WiFi. It would be possible for an attacker to unlock the doors and trunk, change seat positions, both steering and acceleration modes — in short, pretty much what a driver pressing various buttons on the console can do. This attack does not yield drive control of the car though…

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