Copenhagen Programming Language Seminar
Cash machines (ATMs) and other critical parts of the electronic payment infrastructure contain tamper-proof hardware security modules (HSMs), which protect highly sensitive data such as the keys used to obtain personal identification numbers (PINs). These HSMs have a restricted API that is designed to prevent malicious intruders from gaining access to the data. However, several attacks have been found on these APIs, as the result of painstaking manual analysis by experts such as Mike Bond and Jolyon Clulow.
Carsten SchŘermann. Administrative host:
Camilla Jensen. All are welcome.
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