| Wednesday May 25th 2016

Denial-of-coffee attacks affect networked coffee maker

Now this is just funny… If you own a Jura F90 Coffee Maker, you can also buy a Jura Internet Connection Kit, which lets you program and set your coffee prefs via the network: however, its got a bunch of vulnerabilities that allow for remote denial-of-coffee attacks:

Denial of Service Coffee AttackGuess what – it can not be patched as far as I can tell 😉 It also has a few software vulnerabilities. Fun things you can do with a Jura coffee maker:
1. Change the preset coffee settings (make weak or strong coffee)
2. Change the amount of water per cup (say 300ml for a short black) and make a puddle
3. Break it by engineering settings that are not compatible (and making it require a service)


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One Response to “Denial-of-coffee attacks affect networked coffee maker”

  1. bannarricky says:

    tests time mashine

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