Today’s IoT Hacking Tools and How to Beat Them with Security by Design
There are many tools available for adversaries to hack IoT devices. Hardware tools can be used to expose insecure I/O interfaces, which is a steppingstone to accessing plaintext source code, U-Boot commands, or Linux root access.
In this paper, learn about cybersecurity automation tools that address the vulnerabilities most commonly exploited. Even those with limited or no cybersecurity experience can close the security gaps that adversaries target. The tools will help you more easily implement these three levels of security:
- Lock all serial interfaces
- Encrypt code and data that is stored in non-volatile memory
- Protect code at run time
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