AndrewNohawk

Coding

CodingSecurity

HackFu 2016 Writeup

First off let me just say a big thank you to the MWR guys who put this CTF together, usually I don’t partake in CTFs because the skillset required is usually out of my grasp (IANAP). To have developed this CTF in a manner that allows people who do not work with crypto/hackz0r wizardry¬†to still…

CodingRadioSecurity

Hacking fixed key remotes with (only) RFCat

Introduction Its been absolutely ages since I’ve posted anything on the blog, not that I havent been doing things, just really not many things I felt good enough to write an entry about. I got a lot of feedback regarding my previous entry about Hacking Fixed key remotes¬†and I decided to build on that slightly….

CodingSecurity

Kingphisher: Semi-automated phishing

It has been absolutely ages since I have written a blog post – genuinely I really havent simply been slacking off, i’ve just been busy! Anyway, figured it was time to do a writeup on some stuff I have been working on. (Please note this is almost the exact same post from the Paterva blog)….

CodingRadioRTLSDRSecurity

Hacking fixed key remotes

Previously I discussed using my RTL-SDR to merely listen for analog audio signals. In this entry I’ll discuss using it to decode digital signals (this example on fixed remote signals often used for garages / gates ) so that they can be replayed/brute forced with something like the RFCat project (based on TI’s CC1111EMK module)….