Category Archives: IoT Security

Attacking IoT is really easy

A few days ago, Metasploit has announced that their famous tool is now available to car hackers, and soon for any connected object. Metasploit is a well-known tool for web apps, and extending it to objects simply makes these objects as easy to hack as web apps. Indeed, there are many aspects in common between […]

Fighting poker-winning AIs on IoT Security

Published attacks tend to repeat themselves this year, but in the last few days, there has been a few interesting events and publications, in particular: Adi Shamir has made gloomy predictions about security in the next 15 years. Bruce Schneier has published a long essay about IoT security, with a vibrant and desperate call for […]

Resilience for Connected Objects

Attacks occur, especially on IoT. While it is very hard to avoid an attack altogether, we can minimize its consequences. The first factor to consider is the impact of an attack; there are many ways to analyze such impact, for instance from a financial or technical point of view. In a very simple analysis, we […]