Revisiting the Analog Hole: The Use of OCR to Exfiltrate Data
“The Analog Hole” refers to the fact that in order for a user to work with information, it has to be converted into a human-usable form.
This talk looks at Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and other techniques which can be used to covertly extract data by taking advantage of this fact.
Samuel Greenfeld (CISSP/CSSLP) is a Software Quality Assurance Engineer. He has worked for cybersecurity companies such as McAfee and FireEye and non-security firms such as the One Laptop per Child project.
Samuel is a senior member of SFISSA. He is also a lifetime member of OWASP and involved with the HackMiami conference and local operations.