Air-Gapping Is Overrated: Pressing a Red-Button via a Multifunction Printer


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This session will show how attackers can exploit the light sensitivity of a multifunction printer for infiltrating commands to a malware installed on an isolated organization. It will demonstrate the attack on a real organization using (1) a laser attached to a tripod stand; (2) a laser carried by a drone; and (3) a hijacked smart bulb.

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Ben Nassi

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Ph.D. Student / Security Researcher, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Security Strategy & Architecture Hackers & Threats Analytics Intelligence & Response

physical security network security anti-malware intrusion prevention/detection


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