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SurfingAttack: Interactive Hidden Attack on Voice Assistants etc.

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SurfingAttack: Interactive Hidden Attack on Voice Assistants Using Ultrasonic Guided Wave


SurfingAttack exploits ultrasonic guided wave propagating through solid-material tables to attack voice control systems. By leveraging the unique properties of acoustic transmission in solid materials, we design a new attack called SurfingAttack that would enable multiple rounds of interactions between the voice-controlled device and the attacker over a longer distance and without the need to be in line-of-sight. By completing the interaction loop of inaudible sound attack, SurfingAttack enables new attack scenarios, such as hijacking a mobile Short Message Service (SMS) passcode, making ghost fraud calls without owners' knowledge, etc.


Reverse engineering my router's firmware with binwalk



What is binwalk?

Binwalk is an open-source tool for analyzing, reverse engineering and extracting firmware images.

Created in 2010 by Craig Heffner, binwalk is able to scan a firmware image and search for file signatures to identify and extract filesystem images, executable code, compressed archives, bootloader and kernel images, file formats like JPEGs and PDFs, and many more!

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