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Is there any protection against malicious devices on a CAN bus?
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Sending "0", thus, forcing the bus in a dominant state is an attack on availability. Consequently, every time another device wants to send, the bus arbitration algorithm tells it to back off. No ...

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How to detect an image virus?
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The nature of an exploit using an image often is a buffer overrun, for instance: Buffer Overrun in JPEG Processing (GDI+) Could Allow Code Execution (833987) To defend against such an attack, all ...

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What is Satisfiability Modulo Theories
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Satisfiability Modulo Theories (SMT) are mathematical concepts that looks at how something can be computed. These theories relates to things that you will find in many programming languages like real ...

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What is the risk of using SHA1 in PGP email signatures?
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There are no practical attacks on SHA-1 yet. Experts estimate that SHA-1 attacks will start to appear around 2018. As you have correctly pointed out, companies like Google and Microsoft have already ...

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Digital Signature and man-in-the-middle
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If I'm a pirate, I can intercept Alice message, and use Alice's public key to generate the signature too, no? Basically you can use any random sequence of bits and feed them to the RSA encryption ...

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Is there any hardware solution for IDS?
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If you mean by "hardware solution" that there is some specific chip that implements IDS algorithms (like an encryption chip for ciphering data), I am not aware that this is technically feasible. There ...

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It is possible to hack a car?
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Definitely. Automotive security is a major concern for OEMs (car manufacturers) as well as suppliers of electronics for cars. The SAE (Society for Automotive Engineers) has dedicated a working group ...

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