This post provides additional technical details about the physical part of the encrypted USB attacks that we demonstrated a few month back in our talk at BlackHat USA 2017. In particular I will cover how to remove the epoxy and how to reball a BGA chip. If you are considering auditing your own USB key or are curious about the challenges we faced, this article is for you.
Thank you for your reply at 7 January. I have a additional question about the demonstration in Airbus CyberSecurity’s blog. Would you please suggest the specifications (like the product name ) of your experiment equipment DOOR SENSOR, ZWAVE controller USB, ALARM DEVICE? Because I really want to follow your project! Thank you.
Hello. I've wanted to contact you with the e-mail but there isn't any information about you. I have some questions about your project presented in Blackhat 2014. That's are about the ZWAVE protocol. Firstly, I downloaded the grc(Zwave in grc) files from the 'bitbucket'. Is it just for the sniffing the Zwave pkts? It can do the TX like directly turning off the Zwave light? and Could I get the demo videos and the descriptions about it ? Thank you!