Interview with Nadir Izreal, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder of Armis, and Michael Parker, Chief Marketing Officer for Armis.
Izreal and Parker discuss BLEEDINGBIT, a set of critical vulnerabilities the Armis team discovered in BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) chips made by Texas Instruments. They also talk about their unique demonstration at Black Hat Europe 2018.
Our original coverage of BLEEDINGBIT:
Article: BLEEDINGBIT – Two Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Affecting Wireless Access Point Bluetooth Chips
Podcast: Latest Hacking News Podcast #155
Demonstration and presentation videos mentioned in the podcast:
BLEEDINGBIT Aruba Hack via Smart Phone/Drone: https://youtu.be/D5FIIqLWtYw
BLEEDINGBIT Presentation at Black Hat Europe: https://youtu.be/ZI-E37e6UHA
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