[Dailydave] Lessons learned from 50 bugs: Common USB driver vulnerabilities
Andy.Davis at nccgroup.com
Tue Jan 15 05:47:23 EST 2013
At INFILTRATE 2012 I presented "Undermining Security Barriers - Further Adventures with USB". I have just released a white paper entitled "Lessons learned from 50 bugs: Common USB driver vulnerabilities", which analyses the first 50 USB bugs I discovered using the techniques I talked about last year and discusses the most likely locations for USB bugs in the various descriptors and class-specific data structures, which will hopefully be helpful to others researching USB security.
1 - http://www.nccgroup.com/media/18320/usb_-_undermining_security_barriers.pdf
2 - http://www.nccgroup.com/media/190706/usb_driver_vulnerabilities_whitepaper_january_2013.pdf
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