Samsung Zero-Days

Samsung Chipset Zero-Day Vulnerabilities, AI-Assisted Social Engineering, ATM Fraud with a Twist

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In this episode we discuss Google’s discovery of 18 zero-day vulnerabilities in Samsung’s Exynos chipsets.

We examine an AI-assisted social engineering campaign that combines emerging technologies with classic techniques.

Finally, we look at a new method of ATM fraud where thieves use glue to disable card readers and trick customers into using the tap function on their debit cards.

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Google finds 18 zero-day vulnerabilities in Samsung Exynos chipsets

Adversary Simulation with Voice Cloning in Real Time

ATM thieves use glue and ‘tap’ function to drain accounts at Chase Bank

Scott’s Security Awareness Forum discussion on artificial intelligence and security awareness

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