Finn Turner is a blind network enthusiast from Tauranga, New Zealand. You can usually find him with his head buried in some horrifyingly complex embedded Linux device, or trying to get his many pieces of network gear to work the way he wants them to. He usually spends his time coding; experimenting with Linux, embedded OSes and hardware; and finding novel ways to break things.

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Data Tampering: The Quiet Threat


For decades, data tampering has been limited to relatively simple attacks, like data corruption (which is immediately noticeable) or “cooking the books” to hide embezzlement or other financial failings. Of late, however, data tampering has been done with far more serious intent, such as redirecting shipments at …