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Blackhat video: deconstructing a secure processor

Posted on Friday, February 22nd, 2013 in components, reversed, Videos by the machinegeek


This video of Chris Tarnovsky’s 2010 Blackhat Conference was recently posted. Chris is with Flylogic Engineering, LLC, which conducts security analyses of semiconductors. He describes the presentation, “From start to finish, we will walk through how a current generation smartcard was successfully compromised. The talk will discuss everything that was required in the order the events took place. We will cram several months into an hour! PS- The talk will be very technical mixed hardware and software (60% hardware, 40% software).”

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