Good Gear Guide - Brinks Safe Can Be Hacked With Just a USB Stick

In the old days, thieves used explosives to get into a safe. But these days for one kind of Brinks safe, all it takes is a USB stick with 100 lines of code.

These findings will be described at length during the DEF CON Hacking Conference early next month in Las Vegas and marks a year's research by Daniel Petro and Oscar Salazar of security company Bishop Fox.

Petro and Salazar are quoted in this Good Gear Guide feature: Brinks Safe Can Be Hacked With Just a USB Stick