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Introduction Recently members of the Fidus team noticed an interesting blog post on the OnePlus forum by an individual discussing recent fraudulent attempts made on two of their credit cards. The forum user states that the only place both cards were used was on the OnePlus website in November 2017, they go on to ask […]
Code Execution (CVE-2018-5189) Walkthrough on Jungo Windriver 12.5.1 Introduction Windows kernel exploitation can be a daunting area to get into. There are tons of helpful tutorials out there and originally this post was going to add to that list. This is the story of how I found CVE-2018-5189 and a complete walkthrough of the exploit development […]
Introduction In this post, I will be discussing my recent findings while conducting vulnerability research on a home router: TP-Link’s WR940N home WiFi router. This post will outline the steps taken to identify vulnerable code paths, and how we can exploit those paths to gain remote code execution. I will start by describing how I […]
There’s no doubt that phishing is becoming more and more of a problem due to it’s successful and personalised nature. In fact, most of us have probably clicked on an e-mail that seemed legitimate at one point or another. In the recently published Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017 , it was reported that fraudulent and […]
Fidus Information Security has created a video in which we set out to rectify one of the biggest misconceptions in the Cyber Security field surrounding phishing. It is widely reported that many breaches occur due to sophisticated cyber attacks and largely by organised criminal gangs, but just how accurate is this? Who is Being Phished? […]