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On the device side, we can distinguish the 5G communication stack and the non-communication part of the device (including the hardware, OS, and applications).

13/07/2021
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Apple recently introduced the AirTag, a small 30$ device that helps you locate lost or stolen items.

09/06/2021
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Software security is widely considered an increasing concern. Daily reports of data breaches and hacked products feed the perception that everything is broken.

19/05/2021
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CENSUS Labs has recently identified several vulnerabilities in the popular WhatsApp Android application.

12/05/2021
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In this blog post will highlight some interesting developments introduced in this new version of the specification that are worth the attention of content protection professionals.

11/05/2021
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Our team did a deep dive into TEEGRIS, the newest TEE of Samsung. As a result, we proved that this TEE, introduced in 2019 for the Galaxy S10, can be fully compromised by a determined expert. The research is documented in a series of technical blogs, but here we summarize the results and lessons for the non-technical reader.

07/04/2021
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In this blog post, Riscure’s security analyst Naasa Fikri and senior trainer/senior security analyst Yashin Mehaboobe illustrate a common approach for a light security assessment of smart home devices with D-Link DIR 2680 router as a target.

14/04/2021
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Riscure conducted research that proved that a specific failure analysis method, Thermal Laser Stimulation, can be effective to recover key material.

07/04/2021
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In our previous two blog posts, we first introduced Samsung’s TEE OS TEEGRIS and then showed how to exploit a Trusted Application (TA) and gain runtime control.

30/03/2021
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