eWeek - DEFCON Hackers Tell How They Cracked Brinks Safe in 60 Seconds

According to new research set to be demonstrated at the DEFCON 23 conference in Las Vegas on Aug. 8, certain models of Brink's CompuSafe digital safes can be exploited to enable an attacker to crack a safe within 60 seconds and steal whatever cash may be stored inside. The model in question is Brink's CompuSafe Galileo, which is intended for use in retail stores as a cash management system.

Find out more about Security Associate Dan Petro and Senior Security Associate Oscar Salazar's research in this eWEEK feature: DEFCON Hackers Tell How They Cracked Brinks Safe in 60 Seconds