Common Embedded Device Vulnerabilities Speaker: Rob Wood
Fault injection attacks, side-channel attacks, cryptographic attacks, and invasive silicon attacks are all well and good, but what about the security basics? You need to crawl before you can walk. This talk will discuss some of the most common vulnerabilities seen in embedded devices. We’ll touch only lightly on the network attack surface, as that is more commonly understood. Mostly we will discuss common failures in the hardware and low level firmware. These are the issues we see most frequently during security assessments of embedded devices. We’ll discuss how to find these issues, how one might exploit them if desired, and most importantly, how to mitigate them where possible. This talk will be suitable for embedded device hackers and builders alike.
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