Jason Gay

Jason Gay

Jason Gay (CISSP, OSCP, CEH) is a Security Associate at Bishop Fox, where he focuses on product security reviews, mobile and web application penetration testing, network penetration testing, and social engineering. Jason has been a dedicated member of the cybersecurity community for most of his life. He has contributed to numerous CVEs as a mentor, given talks ranging from “Lock Picking 101” to “Wireless Hacking with UAVs”, and has created training material for businesses large and small. He has also worked closely with the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), and he operates his local DEF CON 318 (DC318) group. Jason’s research currently focuses on the Internet of Things (IoT), including Bluetooth locks and other smart home gadgets. He recently disclosed a high-risk issue in a mobile application that could be used to take over a hardware appliance for regulating plant life. Jason holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Louisiana State University Shreveport.

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by Jason Gay, on Jul 30, 2019 10:16:40 AM

ADVISORY SUMMARY AeroGrow International is a company that produces consumer hydroponic growing hardware for plants (e.g., herbs, vegetables, and flowers). The hardware product can be controlled with a mobile application …

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Vulnerabilities:Incorrect Access ControlsInsecure Network Transmission

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