Three vulnerabilities were discovered in the Accellion Kiteworks appliance. The three vulnerabilities consisted of issues directly pertaining to incorrect default permissions, cross-site scripting, and path traversal.
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The Danger Drone is mentioned alongside a quote from one of its co-creators, David Latimer, in this article from The Christian Science Monitor – What Can the Flying PowerEgg Do That Other Drones Can’t?
Partner Francis Brown, Security Analyst David Latimer, and Security Associate Dan Petro unveiled our new Danger Drone penetration testing UAV at the recent Black Hat conference in Las Vegas. DroneLife.com talks about our Raspberry Pi-based drone in their article – Cybersecurity Firm Unleashes Tiny Hacking Drone.
Security Associate Dan Petro used a combination of hacking disciplines including binary reverse engineering, AI research, and programming to create SmashBot, an unbeatable AI player he demonstrated at DEF CON earlier this month. Hack A Day discusses the SmashBot creation in their article Creating an Unbeatable Videogame AI.
Our Danger Drone Raspberry Pi-based pentesting tool, created by Bishop Fox Partner Francis Brown, Security Analyst David Latimer, and Security Associate Dan Petro, was a featured “best hack” in this ZDNet article – These Were the Best Hacks at Black Hat and DEF CON This Year.