Estimated difficulty: 💜💜🤍🤍🤍 It’s been a while since I’ve written about zoom hax, if you’re new to Security Queens – you can find my last blog post on hacking cars via. the Control Area Network (CAN) here. Instead of focusing on physical CAN bus hacking, this blog post will do Continue Reading
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Happy Friday, everyone! This week, I’m introducing something I’ve been interested in for a while – chaos engineering. If you haven’t heard of chaos engineering before, don’t worry – a lot of people haven’t, and it’s still quite new as a discipline.
Estimated difficulty: 💜💜💜💜🤍 Recently I have been approached by many folks on how to get started with automotive hacking. After completing my dissertation in automotive hacking (and achieving a whopping 90% – yippee!) I decided to write this blog post as an introduction into the one of the many ways Continue Reading
Estimated difficulty: 💜💜💜💜💜 For the folks that follow me on Twitter, you may remember me exclaiming for help a few months back for information on the security within the aviation industry for my Information Assurance (IA) assignment. Firstly, a huge thank you to everyone that reached out – applying professional Continue Reading