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Fuzzing is a proactive method for discovering zero-­day security flaws in software. Fuzzing can be used in R&D, but also when deploying communication software. The system BLOCKIN BLOCKIN such as a mobile phone or a set-­top box for IPTV. Without proactive tools, the traditional security measures are doomed to fail because they are only focused on defending(More)
Introduction This Taxonomy defines the many potential security threats to VoIP deployments, services, and end users. The overall goal is to help drive VoIP security awareness with the press, industry and public. In particular this Taxonomy provides a detailed structure for technical vulnerabilities that informs the following constitutencies: • Press and(More)
Standards in communication enable new test automation techniques for verification of reliability and security. Fuzzing is a negative software testing method that feeds a program, device or system with malformed and unexpected input data in order to find critical crash-level defects. The tests are targeted at remote interfaces, and will focus on finding(More)
AusCERT advisories from summer 1996 pushed him beyond point of no return by raising the question "More of this same kind, again?" Ever since he has been pestering AusCERT and vendors with bug reports too long to be read. Ari Takanen, a complementary reinforcement with NT networking and administration background, brings in his expertise and interests in the(More)
About the Authors Ari Takanen is an undergraduate student at the University of Oulu. He comes from an NT networking and administration background, but is now concentrating on vulnerability research. His goal is a master's degree in Information Engineering (MSEE). Meanwhile he is working as a research scientist at the Department of Electrical Engineering.(More)
For the purposes of this study, IMS specifications and public sources were analyzed using the general attack surface analysis methodology. These findings were verified and augmented by active scanning and passive analysis of the available real-world IMS test setups that were investigated during the project. As various tests and security probes were(More)
New wireless technologies such as WiMAX, NFC and ZigBee are rapidly being adopted, along with existing wireless standards such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GSM and other cellular technologies. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi have already become notorious for severe security shortcomings during their relatively brief existence. New vulnerabilities and exploits are reported and(More)