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Crash The IoT Train Yourself: Intentionally Vulnerable WRT (IV-WRT) - Paul Asadoorian, Nick Curran BSides Las Vegas 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Crash The IoT Train Yourself: Intentionally Vulnerable WRT (IV-WRT)
Paul Asadoorian, Nick Curran

This presentation will discuss the previously-unreleased firmware distribution called “Intentionally Vulnerable WRT (IV-WRT)”. IoT, or more accurately embedded device, security is a train wreck. IV-WRT is an attempt at bringing vulnerabilities to light which exist inside of firmware on embedded systems. While IoT encompasses many more technologies, the crux of the issue is the (in)security of the devices themselves. While the vulnerabilities themselves are not unknown, the repercussions of said vulnerabilities on embedded systems are often overlooked, and the risk (or “So What?”) is lost. Now you can experience these vulnerabilities for yourself, first hand.

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