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DEFCON 20: Hacking [Redacted] Routers

Posted on Saturday, December 8th, 2012 in code, hacks, reversed, talks by the machinegeek


At last summer’s DEFCON 20 conference, speakers FX and Greg gave this presentation on exploring Huawei routers. These devices are growing in market share in many countries, even used by tier one ISPs. They explore the device’s software platform and security, highlighting the architecture, configurations and services available
as well as summarizing their efforts in reversing the router’s OS.

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One Response to “DEFCON 20: Hacking [Redacted] Routers”

  1. Aaron Dayton says:

    I watched this video then saw this link
    http://www.engadget.com/2012/12/10/huawei-finland/#continued

    I laughed a bit.

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