Hackers can violate Blu-ray disc networks

British hacker Stephen Tomkinson discovered two attacks that can be done with .Hackers

His first exploit is based on a poor Java application in the known application CyberLink's PowerDVD. PowerDVD plays DVDs on computers and creates menus using Java, but the way it uses Oracle's code allows you to bypass the security controls that Windows performs.

The result, as he says NCC Group, is that it is possible for executable Blu-Ray discs to run automatically on Windows startup, even when the they forbid it.

The second attack borrows, in part, from his discovery hacker Malcom Stagg, (τοBlu Ray rooting process) που εκμεταλλεύεται τον εντοπισμό σφαλμάτων κώδικα όταν πάει να ξεκινήσει ένα εξωτερικό USB. Με ένα νέο script Java Xlet οι hackers μπορούν να αναπαράγουν το stream στο net inf daemon, κάτι το οποίο παρέχει ένα exploit από ένα δίσκο Blu ray.

Attackers should first determine the model of the DVD player used by the target to create a security exception specifically for this.

Tomkinson recommends that concerned users avoid playing Blu-Ray discs from untrusted sources, and prevent the discs from Auto-playing και την on .

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