GeekPwn has finished the mid-year contest in Hong Kong on May 13th. More than 38 vulnerabilities found by 12 groups of talented white-hat hackers. They demonstrate how easy to hack your vulnerable “smart devices”, including smartlock, router, switche, smart watch for children, shared-bike, smart phone, self-balancing scooter, IP camera, as well as other Smart Home […]Read more "2017 GeekPwn Mid-Year Contest Wrap-Up: Hacker and the Sea"
GeekPwn is the first global contest of its kind which is aimed for hackers to discover vulnerabilities of smart devices. GeekPwn Carnival 2016 is to be held in Shanghai, October 24th. Since June 20th, the 1024 Registration Portal is available. Whether you are attracted by the contest’s 5-million-yuan prize, the third anniversary celebration, or you […]Read more "GeekPwn Carnival 2016: Top Hackers Wanted"
Cao Yue, a Ph.D. student from University of California, Riverside, delivered a stunning show at the GeekPwn 2016 Macau Contest on May 12 attended by top-caliber white hat hackers worldwide. Cao succeeded in remotely hijacking TCP connections at his random choice. In the 1990s when the Internet was just kicked off and developed, Kevin David […]Read more "Mitnick attack reappears at GeekPwn Macau contest "
(May 12，Macau) Security geeks hacked dozens of smart devices and won nearly one million yuan (more than 100 thousand USD) prize, during the GeekPwn Macau on May 12, a hacking contest organized by well-known security team KEEN. Geeks showed their power at the GeekPwn Macau and succeeded in finding vulnerabilities in dozens of mainstream routers, […]Read more "Security Geek Winners Awarded One Million Yuan Prize"
“Can you transform a smart toilet into a musical fountain? Can you turn an intelligent air purifier with noise monitoring into an eavesdropping device? Or can you call 1000 taxies at the same time?”… Those were the promotional hints sent out by the first GeekPwn Contest’s organizing committee. Beyond just a information security contest, GeekPwn […]Read more "Do not let the rules limit your imagination"
Dear Geeks, This is a call-up of GeekPwn 2016 (Macau). GeekPwn is a hacker/geeks’ contest focusing in smart devices. KEEN, a Chinese company holds it as a commonweal activity, aiming to encourage hackers to find out more security problems in smart devices and help manufactures to make their products securer. Keen and GeekPwn’s sponsors (Tencent, […]Read more "Call For Pwn"