Joe Grand's Hands-on Hardware Hacking 2-Day Hands-on Hardware Hacking Training
- 26 November 2018 - 27 November 2018
- Hosted by
- Seaport Conference Center
459 Seaport Ct, Redwood City, CA 94063
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- Joe Grand
Interested in hardware hacking, but don’t know where to start? This class, taught by world-renowned engineer and hacker Joe Grand, brings you through the techniques commonly used to reverse engineer and defeat the security of electronic devices. Having premiered in 2005, it is the longest running hardware hacking training in the industry and is continually updated to reflect current trends.
This comprehensive class covers the hardware hacking process, including product teardown, component identification, circuit board reverse engineering, soldering and desoldering, signal monitoring and analysis, and memory extraction. It concludes with a final challenge where you’ll attempt to defeat the security mechanism of a custom electronic device.
Through the combination of lecture and hands-on exercises, you’ll gain the skills, resources, and confidence needed to explore, manipulate, and exploit electronic systems. No prior hardware experience is required.
- Hardware Hacking Overview
- Information Gathering
- Product Teardown
- Opening housings
- Anti-tamper mechanisms
- Component identification
- Schematics and PCBs
- Soldering and Desoldering
- Buses and Interfaces
- Identifying interfaces
- Determining pin function
- Signal monitoring/analysis
- Signal/Data Manipulation
- Memory and Firmware
- Extracting/modifying memory contents
- Firmware analysis tools/techniques
- Other Attack Vectors
- Hardware Hacking Challenge
Who Should Take This Course
This class is suitable for anyone interested in hardware hacking, including security researchers, digital forensic investigators, design engineers, and executive management. Whether you are looking to expand the capabilities of your organization or would like to understand how hackers may be reverse engineering your products, this class is a great starting point.
What To Bring
Students must provide their own computer running Windows (administrator access required, within a virtual machine is OK) and containing a functional USB interface. Software and drivers will need to be installed.
Registration$2200 (until October 29th)
$2900 (after October 29th)
Cancellation requests by paid registrants must be made at least 45 days before the event and may be subject to an administration fee. In the event of course cancellation by the trainer, students may choose to attend an alternate course (space pending) or receive a full refund.
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Group discounts are available for 3 or more registrations.
Can't make it? Training is also available at a location of your choice.