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Garage4Hackers Ranchoddas Webcast: Drive It Like You Hacked It by Samy Kamkar

From: Sandeep Kamble <sandeepk.l337@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 18:15:55 +0530
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Hello Webapp Ninja,

I would like to invite you to free webcast : Drive It Like You Hacked It by
Samy Kamkar

Registration :

*What to expect:*
Gary Numan said it best. Cars. They’re everywhere. You can hardly drive
down a busy freeway without seeing one. But what about their security?

In this talk I’ll reveal new research and real attacks in the area of
wirelessly controlled gates, garages, and cars. Many cars are now
controlled from mobile devices over GSM, while even more can be unlocked
and ignitions started from wireless keyfobs over RF. All of these are
subject to attack with low-cost tools (such as RTL-SDR, GNU Radio, HackRF,
Arduino, and even a Mattel toy).

We will investigate how these features work, and of course, how they can be
exploited. I will be releasing new tools and vulnerabilities in this area,
such as key-space reduction attacks on fixed-codes, advanced "code
grabbers" using RF attacks on encrypted and rolling codes, and how to
protect yourself against such issues.

By the end of this talk you’ll understand not only how vehicles and the
wirelessly-controlled physical access protecting them can be exploited, but
also learn about various tools for car and RF research, as well as how to
use and build your own inexpensive devices for such investigation.

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. And other people’s engines.
More details on :

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