Setting up a Wi-Fi network for passengers to use is practically a must for railway companies these days. Unfortunately, that welcome add-on for travelers can become a means for attackers to gain access to other networks and systems. To those skeptical about these possibility, Pen Test Partners researcher Ken Munro shared the results of his colleagues’ most recent pentesting efforts. In both exercises, there was an exploitable lack of segregation between the passenger and the … More →
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