Cracked Code Causing Increase in Auto Thefts?

By JDavis | 12/7/10 6:56 AM

After 16 years of decline, car theft has been on the rise in Germany. And at a recent embedded security conference, one researcher offered a surprising idea as to why. Citing the widespread adoption of engine "immobilizers"--key fobs that transmit encrypted signals to a car's receiver that, when recognized, permit the vehicle to start--researcher Karsten Nohl described the ease of deciphering the simple encryption used in this technology.

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Hints from Mocana Engineering

By JDavis | 5/31/09 6:51 PM

There is advisory against SSH using AES in CBC mode. Is NanoSSH vulnerable?

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