Researcher Billy Rios, founder of WhiteScope, discusses medical device hacking at RSA Conference 2018 with Threatpost’s Tom Spring. Rios also talks about his work where he demonstrated how an attacker could remotely hack an internet-connected car wash and used it to attack and damage vehicles.
Mobile apps leak personal data via insecure ads that transmit ad-targeting data insecurely.
Pacemakers and pacemaker programmers lack authentication and are plagued with thousands of software vulnerabilities across leading manufacturers.
White hat hackers can hack cars, medical devices and home IoT devices without fear of running amiss of DMCA laws that prevent reverse engineering.