Exploring DeepFake Capabilities & Mitigation Strategies with University College London

Overview  NCC Group is an industry partner for University College London’s (UCL) Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science (CDT in DIS). The UCL CDT in DIS encompasses a wide range of areas in the field of 'big-data' including the collection, storage and analysis of large datasets, as well as the use of complex … Continue reading Exploring DeepFake Capabilities & Mitigation Strategies with University College London

CVE-2018-8611 – Diving into the Windows Kernel Transaction Manager (KTM) for fun and exploitation

Written by Cedric Halbronn On Saturday 15th February, I gave a talk titled "How CVE-2018-8611 Can be Exploited to Achieve Privilege Escalation on Windows 10 1809 (RS5) and Earlier". This research was done by Aaron Adams and myself and was presented by Aaron at POC2019 at the end of last year. The OffensiveCon slides are … Continue reading CVE-2018-8611 – Diving into the Windows Kernel Transaction Manager (KTM) for fun and exploitation

Properly Signed Certificates on CPE Devices

During late January 2020, a hot topic surfaced between security professionals on an issue that has historically had different proposed solutions. This blog post seeks to explore these solutions and identify pragmatic approaches to risk reduction on this specific issue concerning Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) security. Two security researchers (Tom Pohl and Nick Starke) analysed … Continue reading Properly Signed Certificates on CPE Devices