29 Jul '12, 5am

Power Pwn-DARPA’s New Hacking Toy Tool!

Power Pwn-DARPA’s New Hacking Toy Tool!

This device could replace methods used by cyber security companies to test network security – using unscheduled or permitted attacks to test a network’s security and vulnerabilities. However, according to Pwnie Express CEO Dave Porcello, this device is meant for federal or commercial organizations, which makes up for 90 percent of their current consumer base. Who are the remaining 10 percent? Probably the security companies. Imagine them selling these as normal power strips, the poor average Joe would bring it home and make his entire network susceptible to attack!

Full article: http://vernonchan.com/2012/07/power-pwn-darpas-new-hackin...

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