Red Balloon Security attended DEF CON 31 in Las Vegas, Nevada where we contributed two challenges to the Car Hacking Village Capture the Flag (CTF) competition.
The latest version of OFRAK 3.1.0 on PyPI includes a range of new and experimental features. Click here t our full breakdown and demo clip.
Transform Cisco output strings into engaging visuals with ChatGPT and OFRAK. Elevate your network troubleshooting skills – learn how in our latest blog.
One of the neat features we’ve had in mind for the OFRAK GUI, almost since it came out, is to be able to show you a Python script version of your actions in the GUI.
This is helpful for a few reasons: remembering what you did, learning the Python API, generalizing your work in the GUI to a reusable script or component, and probably more.
Well, now this feature is here!
OFRAK’s FunctionReplacementModifier provides an easy-to-use API that leverages the PatchMaker to replace one or more functions in a binary. This post will walk through how this works.
We published OFRAK 2.2.1 to PyPI on March 8, 2023. As always, a detailed list of changes can be viewed in the OFRAK Changelog.
The TL;DR? We used OFRAK to rewrite the badge firmware so that it auto-plays the solution for Challenge 1. Check out our video and full breakdown.
Multi-step analysis and calibration: How Symbiote integration works RBS’s core technology is highly effective in any embedded device environment, from cars to heavy industry, because it does not require access to source code, or any hardware modifications. Multi-step analysis and calibration: How Symbiote integration works RBS’s core technology is highly effective in any embedded device […]