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Wednesday, September 20 • 9:00am - 5:00pm
Practical Hands-on Internet of Things Hacking - 2017 Edition (2 of 2 days)

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Practical Hands-on Internet of Things Hacking is an updated version of our previous year class ran at OWASP AppSec US. We received some great feedback with our class, and decided to take it a step further and redesign the course from the ground up and include tons of new material including medical utilities, smart locks, smart home systems, newer radio protocols, advanced exploitation techniques, new exercises on BLE and lots more

 

Practical Hands-on Internet of Things Exploitation is the course for you in case you would like to perform real-world pentest on IoT and smart devices. This “new version” of the course takes a practitioner approach, focusing on how to deal with the IoT devices in a real-world scenario, and not just from a research perspective.

 

Some of the things that we will perform (in an extremely hands-on nature) in this training are:

 

[+] Attacking IoT devices through hardware and embedded exploitation techniques

[+] Firmware reversing, emulation and binary exploitation

[+] Hands-on labs on serial interfaces - UART, SPI and I2C

[+] JTAG debugging, exploitation and advanced techniques for extracting data

[+] Sniffing BLE, Zigbee and other radio communications

[+] Writing own GNURadio processing blocks to decode radio information

[+] Taking over smart home systems

[+] Remote and Local Exploitation for IoT devices

[+] Attacking a smart home and smart enterprise network

And much more.

 

Want to learn how to attack an IoT infrastructure or individual devices? You will walk out of the 2-day class having learnt new skills which you could immediately apply in your job/research roles. Come join the course and experience the fast-paced, action-packed IoT Exploitation class.

 

Note: There is an additional $200 fee for the IoT hacking kit - which includes Attify Badges and custom vulnerable IoT device prepared by us, and an author signed copy of the IoT Hackers Handbook, and additional utilities for other IoT exploitation techniques.



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avatar for Aditya Gupta

Aditya Gupta

Founder and CEO, Attify
Aditya Gupta (@adi1391) is the founder and principal consultant of Attify, an IoT and mobile penetration testing and training firm, and a leading IoT security expert and evangelist. He has done a lot of in-depth research on mobile application security and IoT device exploitation... Read More →


Wednesday September 20, 2017 9:00am - 5:00pm
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