Questions tagged [iot]

Questions about the Internet of Things: network-connected devices whose core functions do not include general-purpose interactive computing (e.g. cars, home appliances, consumer-grade routers) and whose potential software vulnerabilities are often overlooked by both users and manufacturers.

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What is the meaning if all IoT hacked by Mirai all over the world identify themselves on my server since 15 days in the rhythm of 180 unique IoT/h?

In the past 15 days 57,000 unique Mirai IoT devices have attempted to connect and it’s constantly growing (180 new IPs/h). 88.9% come one time and never come back. We have checked. It’s Mirai botnet, ...
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Malware Analysis for Internet of Things Malware

How do we do malware analysis for Non-Windows based datasets? In the Internet of Things, a good percentage of devices are neither windows based, nor Linux nor Mac nor Android. They are sensor and ...
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One set of security standards for IoT devices?

In a recent hearing in the House of Representatives the question was asked whether it is feasible to create one set of security standards for all IoT devices. One of the panellists said yes and the ...
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Find Ripple20 using nmap or wireshark

Everyone might have heard about Ripple20 vulnerability which has impacted millions of IoT devices. I know that using Nessus or Qualys, it is possible to identify this vulnerability. Is it possible to ...
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Which security protocols are the todays state of the art in WSN?

WSN (Wireless sensor networks) are mostly distributed low power computer with the sensing task that rely on limited battery life and therefore are not able to implement full size security protocols. ...
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Why does THC Hydra and Medusa give false positives when used on TP-Link Netcam?

One of the tests I carried out was brute-forcing. I already knew what the username and password was for a factory reset IP Netcam but wanted to see how it would work in practice and if it even worked ...
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How is eSIM profile cloning prevented?

How are eSIM profiles tied to a particular device? That is, what prevents a bad actor from digitally copying an eSIM profile (or, why is the eUICC chip required; can't we have a soft or emulated SIM)?
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Raspberry Pi with LAN, no WAN - Encryption Key Security - Zymbit/Zymkey

I am setting a up a Raspberry Pi that will be portable and often set up in areas without electricity or internet access and with poor cell service. I'd like to encrypt and decrypt data without ...
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Secure pairing support in various RF standards

I would like to understand if secure pairing can be implemented in all (or none)? IoT RF standards. For example: BLE provides Out-of-band possibility, which seems like only really secure option to me....
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Is using both client side certificate and JWT for IoT device redundant?

Is there a case to be made for authorizing with both a client side certificate and JWT for an IoT device? Are JWTs good enough (assuming following of the specs)? And if client side certs are truly ...
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How to steal a HTTP packet, change and re-send

I'm doing a project to my college and I have this scenario: Arduino (192.168.0.113): Receiving packets and send response My router (192.168.0.2): WPS from my gateway My gateway (192.168.0.1): Receive ...
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Using TLS Certificates in IoT Devices

I am not sure whether this is the exact forum to ask this question. If not please transfer it to another. Domain As we know the IoT is growing rapidly and millions of devices are invading our ...
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How to secure smart home devices?

I'm interested in how I can secure my IoT devices from hackers. Particularly, I have a Xiaomi hub and a range of child devices for it. Also, how to secure devices that communicate using the Zigbee ...
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BLE IoT device as platform backdoor for hackers

I have a IoT device that works with BLE and uses a smartphone as a bridge to connect to a digital platform (cloud). The communication between the IoT device and the platform is based in PKI. The IoT ...
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Which kind of attacks could be done on CoAP protocol?

I'm a student and I'm studying the security of the CoAP protocol. So, thinking on the attack-surface my thought was about internal attacks (i.e inside the network) and the external attack (i.e. ...
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IoT Device user needs to perform task requiring Windows admin privilege

Our IoT device runs only our application and the device users can not launch additional apps. The IoT device users and IoT device admins both run under normal (non-admin) accounts with identical ...
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encrypting traffic from legacy devices

I have a deployment of a few hundred meters that I'm walking into and all traffic is required to be encrypted with TLS. The manufacture of the meter will not update these meters to include an ...
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How to secure an IoT device

Which is the proper way to prevent users to read sensible information stored inside an IoT device (e.g. source code / private keys...)? Fully disk encryption is of course an option, but is it ...