At the beginning of last year, we had an ambitious project idea, to consider the security of Mobile Point of Sales terminals. This project started with just a two card readers and accounts. This quickly grew into a project involving seven card readers and four vendors across many different regions.
44CON takes place annually in London, UK. This year it took place from 12-14th September. This was my first time in attendance, both as a speaker and a CTF participant. I'm still a n00b to offensive security and to date had not participated in a CTF. I decided to give
Given the high level of interaction we all have payments every day; how is it that we don’t know more about payment technologies? I want to change that. I am going to shed a little light on payments for everyone. So in this article, the first in a series,
LayerOne Promo Video
I made this promotional video for a talk I did at LayerOne in Los Angeles. In this talk we discuss payment technologies and the security issues associated with them. No ATM's were harmed in the making of this video, only my co-speakers face! Watch until the end
In April this year whilst roaming the plains of the wild world web, I stumbled across an old Myspace account of mine. Attempting to gain access and delete the account I discovered a business process so flawed it deserves its own place in history. I wrote to Myspace describing my