Smart meters may be getting too smart for our own good.
James Burns's insight:
"The research, which was published in 2012, measured how much power it takes to display certain programs on a television screen. Looking at seven movies and two television shows on five different brands of TV sets, the researchers found that each program had a unique power signature based on how much electric current was needed to show the images on the screen. Among the programs used for the tests was "Star Trek.""
Back in December when I revamped the SSH banner and started collecting the fingerprint I noticed an odd behavior. It turns out that a few SSH keys are used a lot more than once. For example, the following SSH fingerprint...
Any library anywhere in any application you run that calls out to bash that is called by any other library in that application, so long as that application is somehow hooked up to a web server, is potentially an unauthenticated GET request away from code execution; the exploit for this is potentially so simple that attackers can craft a single request, spider the Internet, and collect shells from applications you run that you forgot you even ran, at which point they'll own your whole data center.
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