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Jump Into IOT Hacking with the Damn Vulnerable Habit Helper Device - Nancy Snoke, Phoenix Snoke Derbycon 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Jump Into IOT Hacking with the Damn Vulnerable Habit Helper Device
Nancy Snoke, Phoenix Snoke
Derbycon 2018

In this talk, husband and wife team Phoenix and Nancy Snoke introduce the Damn Vulnerable Habit Helper (DVHH) IOT device. DVHH contains a hardware device, mobile application, web application and associated api calls / network communication. DVHH was built to make getting started in IOT hacking more accessible to everyone. This talk will introduce the DVHH. We discuss why we created DVHH, how it is architected, and how to get started using it. As hardware hacking seems to be the sticking point for many on hacking IOT, this talk will include Phoenix talking an audience member through a live hardware hacking demonstration on the DVHH device (chosen at random). A parts lists and instructions / schematic will be given for the hardware inclined who wish to build their own device. All necessary parts can be bought for under 30 dollars. Several prebuilt hardware devices will be available for demo purposes.

Nancy and Phoenix Snoke have given joint talks at NOLACON, BSides and SkyDogCon. Phoenix would like to remain a mystery, and Nancy specializes on web and mobile application security. Her work experience includes senior software engineer responsible for web application security at PGAC, and a penetration tester for Cisco Systems. Nancy has previously spoken (solo) at Derbycon and NOLACON. She got her undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering in New Orleans at Tulane University, and her Masters in Computer Science at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

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