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All Your Door Belong To Me – Attacking Physical Access Systems (Central Ohio Infosec Summit 2016) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

All Your Door Belong To Me – Attacking Physical Access Systems
Valerie Thomas

Bio: Over the years RFID card cloning attacks have risen steadily in Red Team activity. While card cloning can be effective, entry isn’t always gained with this method alone. As Red Team members, we often focus too much on the card and not enough on the technology that supports it. Why settle for access to one door when you can have access to them all? This talk will move beyond the card and explore all of the PACS components. After an overview of the components and architecture, we’ll discuss their unique attack surfaces, and how to locate them. Finally, we’ll put all of the attacks together to achieve complete system takeover.

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