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So here we are, summing up 1.5 years of research of “Hacking MFPs Part1″ and opening dawns of “Hacking MFPs Part2″.
This post will present the videos that accompanied the presentations. Source code to follow in the upcoming days.
NOTE: the videos are subtitled - use CC button in the players window to turn them on
Thanks to the great organisers of the conferences where these were presented, as well as big thank for the nice and patient audiences !
It’s clear that personal and sensitive data should be protected by all means.
However it’s trully sad to see that people deliberately or unconsciously reveal very sensitive details about them, despite the fact that society is very concerned with “big brother” actions of 3rd-parties in the first place.
Following are just few (ab)use scenarios which I quickly came up with - the sky is the limit (in all it’s meanings !) when playing with someone’s flight…
I am not saying that every everage Joe kind of person will be tracked by these means in “a la” agent 007 style, but imagine an important science person/professor (dealing with sensitive issues, like for example nuclear R & D) being a target of such attack. And yes, I have seen interesting university&academia related boarding passes exposed…
- learn sensitive details
- learn (airline) preferences and Frequent Traveller (FT) (to put the importance of this kind of information, let me remind you about WhiteHouse directive leaked thru WikiLeaks suggesting FT data harvesting by US embassies worldwide)
- learn susceptability to “Frequent Traveller Customer Service” impersonation/social engineering attacks
- learn travelling habits (departure hours, taken routes, etc.)
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