Christian Science Monitor - Researchers: We Can Crack a Smart Safe in Less Than 60 Seconds

Posted on Jul 28, 2015 11:18:15 PM

All you need is a small flash drive – and 60 seconds – to break into a safe commonly used in businesses such as grocery stores and diners. That’s according to researcher Dan Petro and senior security associate Oscar Salazar from information security consulting firm Bishop Fox. The pair promises to demonstrate how an attacker can break into the smart safe next week at the DEF CON security conference, one of the largest hacker conventions held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Petro and Salazar discuss the intricacies of their presentation in this Christian Science Monitor Passcode feature: Researchers: We Can Crack a Smart Safe in Less Than 60 Seconds

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