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So many pentesting tools from a $4 Arduino - Kevin Bong, Michael Vieau Derbycon 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

So many pentesting tools from a $4 Arduino
Kevin Bong, Michael Vieau
Derbycon 2018

Arduinos are cool, but making LEDs blink and monitoring the water in your houseplants can quickly get boring. Have no fear! In this talk we will show you a bunch of penetration testing tools you can build from an inexpensive Arduino Leonardo, Arduino Pro Micro or similar Arduino clone.

Kevin is a Senior Manager, Penetration Testing Lead with Sikich focusing on information security and compliance issues faced by organizations of all types and sizes. Prior to joining Sikich, Kevin spent 12 years as a Vice President of a multi-billion-dollar financial group, leading the bank’s security and IT risk management activities. Kevin is the creator of the MiniPwner, a pocket-size penetration testing device used to gain remote access to a network, and enjoys building tools and toys from Arduino and other embedded systems. He’s also an author, instructor and a speaker at conferences like RSA, DerbyCon, Security BSides and WACCI. Michael is a Managing Consultant and Penetration Tester at Sikich LLP with over 17 years of experience in information security. Michael currently maintains the MiniPwner project and works with Kevin to build and modify electronics at The Mayhem Lab. When not performing penetration tests, Michael is an adjunct professor at MSOE and enjoys presenting at different security conferences.

Michael Vieau - @michael_vieau, @minipwner, @mayhemlab

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