Month: December 2014

  • The need for emergency access codes

    “I have nothing to hide.” is one of the more recent empty responses when conversing about privacy. We’re not all criminals, but we all have something to hide. Whether it’s a snoopy spouse, an unfair employer or a threatening government cellphones are now -more than ever- secure from physical access. Having a pin code on […]

  • Brocade brute forcer

    During a pentest, I needed to test a Brocade SAN Switch. Since the Java webstart was quite slow, and I couldn’t find another script – I quickly coded this together to brute force passwords: brocade_brute.rb