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February 27th, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments

Since last year it seems that security issues need to be named and need a logo. Since not all issues had a logo yet I made some logos just for fun and no particular reason. I do not support security issues being used for marketing (which seems to be the main reason for the naming), I just like to draw things every now and then. More might follow, or not, dunno yet.

I don’t claim any copyright, they can be freely used with or without credits. All images were created with Paint.NET, and the higher resolution versions are available when clicking on them.

SuperFish

 

Superfish3

Note: The superman logo was taken from: http://www.vectortemplates.com/raster-superman.php

Info on SuperFish:

deghost

 

deghost

Note: The ghost image (before adjusting) was taken from: http://thehackernews.com/2015/01/ghost-linux-security-vulnerability27.html

Info on deghost:

JetLeak

 

jetleak3

Note: Bleeding part inspired by Heartbleed logo.

Info on JetLeak:

Gemalto SIM Hack

 

Gemalto_hack4 Gemalto_hack5 Gemalto_hackB2 Info on the Gemalto hack:

 

ASML Hack

Chip6ChipB4

 

Info on ASML hack:

 

Uber hack

Uber5 UberPoppedB1

UberPopped2

 

Note: Basis for last picture and Uber logo taken from Uber website.

Info on Uber hack:

 

Seagape – Seagate NAS Remote Code Execution

Seagate2

Note: The following images were used in this logo: Seagate logoLaptop imageFiles imageSeagate NAS imageUSB image.

Seagape4

Info on vulnerability:

Project Zero’s RowHammer

RowHammer2

Info on vulnerability:

OpenSSL vulnerability

OpenSSL_Open

Note: Original image from: http://openssl.com/images/openssl-logo.png

Info on vulnerability:

 

Blackjack Vulnerability

BlackJack_v2

Info on vulnerability:

Logjam

LogJam_Logo1

Info on vulnerability:

OprahSSL

OprahSSL

 

OprahSSL2

Info on vulnerability:

 

AshleyMadison hack

AshleyMadison_Owned

Info on hack:

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