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Inside the IV Pump, not too much medication por favor!The Infusion Pumps Market is expected to be worth 10.84 Billion USD by 2021 per Market and Markets forecast. The Infusion Pump is a costly and sensitive medical device used to deliver fluids, medications, blood and blood products to adult, pediatric or neonatal patients in a manual or automated way, yes, automated way, any malfunction either intended or unexpected could severely harm humans.We did the investment and bought an IV Pump Unit and IV Pump module made by Bectron since it is one of the leaders in the market and therefore expected to be used in the major Hospitals worldwide!The research on this talk is intended to show the audience:1. The internals of this type of devices (Architecture, PCB components, ENEA RTOS details)2. How to dump the Flash Memory3. Firmware update to bypass security checks and get access to restricted configuration4. How to Backdoor the pump by gaining code executiona. Inside into the pump: Processes running, configuration files, etc.5. DEMO on stage!6. Takeaways: Recommendations to prevent these attacks from happening againBio:Dan Regalado is a Principal Security Researcher with Zingbox (IoT Security Company) and former FireEye and Symantec reverse engineer. Daniel is the lead author of famous Gray Hat Hacking Book 4th Edition and known in the security world as the ATM guy responsible for the latest discoveries of these type of threats worldwide.CloseIoT Village Keynote Friends, Not Foes: Rethinking the ResearcherVendor RelationshipDisclosing vulnerabilities to a vendor, especially one that doesnt seem to prioritize security the same way we do, can be a source of pain. We may even find ourselves viewing the product vendor as an enemy during this process. But we are faced with a future in which people will interact with connected devices whether they intend to do so or not. Imagine worrying about the security of a connected smart showerhead in your hotel room. Silly, isnt it? Yet such devices will be increasingly prevalent, and vulnerable.For this reason, this keynote advocates for why we as security researchers should reframe our relationships with vendors from what is sometimes an adversarial one to a collaborative one. To achieve a better security posture in this industry, this talk offers strategies and tactics for how to improve our methods of working with vendors.Bio:Rick Ramgattie RRamgattie is a Security Analyst at Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), where he conducts highend, custom security assessments of computer hardware, software products, and manages a team of security researchers. Growing up in the city of Bayamn, Puerto Rico, speaker Rick Ramgattie recognizes that it isnt all that easy to get into the information security community. In a selftaught manner he strived to learn what he could, before attending college in the mainland and then migrating to Baltimore. Now, as someone who appreciates the art of reverse engineering, he has taken part in handson security assessments of complex systems, IoT devices, and many different native and mobile applications. Rick enjoys reverse engineering, occasional CTFs, and reading.CloseHide Yo Keys, Hide Yo Car Remotely Exploiting Connected Vehicle APIs and AppsToday, most vehicle manufacturers in the US connect their vehicles to a type of network and delegate controls to mobile or web applications upon vehicle purchasing. Thankfully, security research for consumer devices are now exempt from DMCA which enables us to audit and assess our connected vehicles. Like many devices in the IoT space, a single software bug in connected vehicles can compromise the entire ecosystem.In this talk, we will demonstrate the methodology used to discover and remotely exploit vulnerabilities in Subarus STARLINK remote vehicle services, as well as discuss how car manufacturers can learn from these mistakes. After all, who needs car keys when your vehicle is connected?Bio:Aaron Guzman is a Security Consultant from the Los Angeles area with expertise in web app security, mobile app security, and embedded security. He has spoken at a number of conferences worldwide which include Defcon, AppSec EU, AppSec USA, HackFest, Security Fest, HackMiami, AusCERT as well as a number of BSides events. Aaron leads the OWASP Embedded Application Security project providing practical guidance to address the most common firmware security bugs to the embedded and IoT community. Follow Aarons latest research on twitter at scriptingxssClosePwning the Industrial IoT: RCEs and backdoors are around!This topic covers researches made by Critical Infrastructure Defense Team, Kaspersky Lab regarding vast variety of different serious vulnerabilities in popular wannabesmart industrial control systems. We found 80 0day vulnerabilities and reported to vendors. Some of them are patched already (CVE20165743, CVE20165744, CVE20165874). However, for most of the bugs it potentially takes more time to fix.Bugs are good, but what can be better? Yes, backdoors! Lets take a closer look on the backdoor techniques found in one interesting vendor: they do some stuff for industrial IoT and for general IT technologies (banking, telecommunication providers, crypto solutions etc). The backdoor is not the whole story we will show how this vendor reacts and fixes critical bugs (SPOILER: silently fixes bug, no CVE assigned, no advisory published, sometimes impossible to patch, 7 month since the report). The most interesting thing is that this technique requires only legitimate software widely used everywhere.Bios:twitter rakabaraka Vladimir graduated from Ural State Technical University with a degree in information security of telecommunication systems. He started his career as a security engineer at Russian Federal Space Agency. His research interests are pentesting, ICS, security audits, security of different unusual things (like smart toys, TVs, smart city infrastructure) and threat intelligence. Vladimir is a part of Critical Infrastructure Defense Team (CIDTeam) and Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT in Kaspersky LabSergey is an active member of Critical Infrastructure Defense Team (CIDTeam) and KL ICS CERT in Kaspersky Lab. His research interests are fuzzing, binary exploitation, penetration testing and reverse engineering. He started his career as malware analyst in Kaspersky Lab. Sergey has OSCP certification.CloseIoT the gift that keeps on givingCurrently, all known IoT botnets harvest zombies through telnet with hardcoded or weak credentials. Once this bubble bursts, the next step will be exploiting other, more evolved vulnerabilities that can provide control over a large number of devices. In this talk, well take a glimpse into that future showing our research on a RCE vulnerability that affects more than 175k devices worldwideBio:Alex is the Chief Security Researcher and Spokesperson for Bitdefender. His career is focused on Information Security, Innovation and Product Strategy, fields in which he has so far accumulated over 15 years of experience. He drove the vision for Bitdefenders UNIXbased security solutions before kickstarting an ambitious project that would advance the companys RD department and steer a good part of the companys focus towards technology and innovationCloseFrom DVR worms, to fridges, via dildos, the sins of the IoT in 50 minutesWhat Mirai missed:Mirai was elegantly simple using default telnet credentials to compromise large numbers of devices. However, in the quest for simplicity, the author missed numerous more significant vulnerabilities. We have spent the last few months researching the security of 30 DVR brands and have made discoveries that make the Mirai telnet issue seem almost trivial by comparison. We discovered multiple vulnerabilities which we will share, including wormable remote code execution. We may also disclose a route to fix Miraicompromised DVRs remotely. However, this method has the side effect of being usable by malicious actors to make Mirai persistent beyond a power off reboot. Further, we will show HOW and WHY we believe XiongMai is at the root cause of these issues, regardless of the DVR brand. Finally, well show examples of DVRs using the same base chipset as those vulnerable to Mirai, but doing security well.The camera dildo:What started as a serious piece of research got hijacked by the press because it was a bit rude. The real story wasnt just that it could be compromised, but the work that went into reverse engineering it to find hidden services, reused code (from a camera drone), and the command injection which can be used to compromise the video stream.Samsung smart fridge:Ripping and analysing the firmware from a Tizenrunning smart fridges BGA chip, what did we find?Bios:PenTestPartnersAndrew Tierney, Security Consultant, Pen Test Partners Andrew has many years of experience in security, mainly working with embedded systems. As the Internet of Things trend developed, he expanded his skills into the realms of web applications and mobile applications. Blogging and documenting his findings rapidly gained him exposure, and a number of highprofile UK companies approached him to test their devices and systems.His previous work in the financial services IT world has prepared him well for customerfacing roles, and communicating complex issues to both management and developers alike. This has also given him a good grounding in working with enterprise IT systems and general sysadmin work. Since joining Pen Test Partners, Andrew has been expanding outwards into new and unfamiliar areas. He soon hopes to become a CREST Certified consultant and wants to develop his skills in infrastructure testing.Ken Munro, Partner, Security Consultant, Pen Test Partners Ken is a regular speaker at the ISSA Dragons Den, (ISC)2 Chapter events and CREST events, where he sits on the board. Hes also an Executive Member of the Internet of Things Security Forum and spoke out on IoT security design flaws at the forums inaugural event. Hes also not averse to getting deeply techie either, regularly participating in hacking challenges and demos at Black Hat, 44CON, DefCon and Bsides amongst others.Ken and his team at Pen Test Partners have hacked everything from keyless cars and a range of IoT devices, from wearable tech to childrens toys and smart home control systems. This has gained him notoriety among the national press, leading to regular appearances on BBC TV and BBC News online as well as the broadsheet press. Hes also a regular contributor to industry magazines, penning articles for the legal, security, insurance, oil and gas, and manufacturing press.CloseIoT updates to help protect consumersThe FTC recently conducted a challenge competition aimed at facilitating security updates to home IoT devices. 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He joined DPIP in 2009 after serving as an attorney advisor for FTC Chairman (and previously Commissioner) Jon Leibowitz on consumer protection issues. After joining the Commission in 1998, Mark worked for many years as an attorney in the Division of Advertising Practices and served a stint in 2003 as an attorney advisor to FTC Commissioner Thomas B. Leary. Mark went to law school at the University of Virginia, and later clerked for Ninth Circuit Judge Robert Beezer before joining the Seattle firm of Mundt, MacGregor.CloseThe Internet of VulnerabilitiesThe Internet of Things (IoT) is taking over our lives, so we should be constantly questioning the security and integrity of these technologies. As an IoT researcher, this is precisely what I do. During this presentation, I will be sharing details of my daytoday research, covering the various processes and methodologies around researching (attacking) various IoT technologies that we all use every day. I will be discussing the various structures of an IoT ecosystem and showing how each segment of that ecosystem can be compromised to impact the overall security of a product. Using live demonstration, I will show several of the security issues discovered during my research over the past 12 months and how we worked with the manufacturers to get these issues mitigated.Bio:Deral Heiland , serves as a Research Lead (IoT) for Rapid7. Deral has over 20 years of experience in the Information Technology field. Derals career has focused on security research, penetration testing, and consulting. Deral also conducted security research on a numerous technical subject, releasing white papers, security advisories, and has presented the information at numerous security conferences including Blackhat, Defcon, Shmoocon,DerbyCon and Hack In Paris.CloseIIDS: An Intrusion Detection System for IoTWe all know how vulnerable IoT devices are but do we know if our home or industrial IoT devices are being attacked or already compromised? This talk focuses on creating an Intrusion Detection System for IoT devices using WiFi to connect to the Internet. We will look at how to automatically fingerprint our IoT devices over the air and detect attacks such as Honeypots, MAC spoofing, DoS etc. We will also see how to do deep packet inspection and learn device behavior over the network (which hosts do they usually connect to, which protocols?, traffic characteristics?, heartbeat mechanisms? etc.) using simple Machine Learning techniques. We will show how this allows us to detect compromised devices which might now be controlled by a remote attacker. Our IDS will use an external sensor which will be build using open source tools and offtheshelf hardware. All code will be open sourced after the talk.Bio:Vivek Ramachandran is the Founder and Chief Trainer at Pentester Academy. He discovered the Caffe Latte attack, broke WEP Cloaking, conceptualized enterprise WiFi Backdoors, created Chellam the worlds first WiFi Firewall and Chigula a WiFi data mining and IDS framework. He is also the author of multiple five star rated books on WiFi Security. He has spokentrained at top conferences around the world including Black Hat USA, Europe and Abu Dhabi, Defcon, Hacktivity, Brucon and others.CloseRedesigning PKI for IoT because Crypto is hardAs the previous Director of Security at companies like Linksys, Belkin, and Wink, I learned hard lessons about the pitfalls of PKI. This was especially true on IoT devices, where the responsibility was on consumers or site managers to update devices when security issues arose. Ive experienced expired keys that killed device connections, private keys being accidentally dropped on consumer devices, and breaches that required replacing all keys on devices, servers, and user applications. That led me to create oneID, now called Neustar Trusted Device Identity (TDI), which is an open source framework that replaces PKI with one that has realtime revocation, key rotation, key resetreplacement, and individual identities for every device, server, service, and user. It starts with the premise that every server, service, network, device, and user will be compromised at some point, so we should start our security model with that assumption and build protection to limit that as much as possible. It specifically does not trust anything by default and trust continually has to be proven, rather than trusting and checking for revocation. It puts the SOC or NOC in control rather than the users or site managers.Bio:Brian Knopf is the Sr Director of Security Research IoT Architect at Neustar working on replacements for PKI other products to secure IoT devices. He also created the 5Star IoT Security, Safety, and Privacy Rating. Previously he was Director of Product Application Security at Linksys and Belkin, Principal Security Advisor for Wink, and the Principal Test Architect QA Director at Rapid7. He has helped design build over 40 different IoT devices from concept to production release.CloseIntelligent Misusers: A Case for Adversarial Modelling on IoT DevicesThe current state of security for IoT devices is alarming, with regular reports of vulnerabilities being disclosed. Adversaries are getting much more sophisticated and theres a growing need for such products to be secure by design. Thus, this briefing aims to present a compelling case for conducting adversarial modelling on such devices by showcasing a case study of a live vulnerable device.Bio:Pishu Mahtani has more than a decade of information security and assurance experience gained from working in diverse set of industries from Banking and Financial Services, Government and Defence, and Technology Consulting. He currently has a concentrated focus in the area of application security where hes considered as a specialist in the areas of binary analysis, embedded firmware reverse engineering, IoT security and software bug discovery. He has contributed to the efforts in securing cyberspace through responsible disclosure of security vulnerabilities, his involvement in open source projects at The Center for Internet Security (CIS) and OWASP. He has recently spoken at security conferences such as DevSecCon Asia 2017 and GovWare 2016, on software and IoT security topics. He holds a Master of Science (MSc.) in Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London and is a Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP).Close101 hardware hacking workshopWe hear from people all the time who want to get into hardware hacking, but are scared to make the first steps.We will have all the tools and devices routers, DVRs, thermostats so that you can learn the basics of hardware hacking and start finding vulnerabilities.What we will cover: Identifying components and features on hardware Common interfaces and protocols used Working out the attack surface of the device Reading firmware with several different techniques Extracting firmware using binwalk A laptop running Linux or able to run a Linux virtual machine Any devices you want to try hacking An inquisitive mindFrom FAR and NEAR: Exploiting Overflows on Windows 3.xWhat if I told you that Windows 3.x provided Data Execution Prevention and a crude form of Address Space Layout Randomization? The segmented memory model that made 16bit x86 code difficult to program also complicates building an exploit. Blending nostalgia, retrofuturism, and plain curiosity into exploiting weird systems, I demonstrate what may be the first public writeup (try Googling for one) of a buffer overflow targeting a Windows 3.x application, complete with ROP chain and shellcode. Everyone loves a good exploit and demo or just shuffling program groupsso stop by for a look back into the fourmegabyte era equipped with a copy of Visual Studio 1.52c and modern techniques.Bio:Jacob Thompson is a Senior Security Analyst for Independent Security Evaluators, where he specializes in highend, custom security assessments of computer hardware and software products. With 10 years experience, a propensity toward handson security assessment, and proficiencies in reverse engineering, DRM systems, cryptography, system and application security, and secure system design. Through his 5 years work with ISE, Mr. Thompson has partaken in multiple major vulnerabilities and assessments, customer visits, and progress presentations. He has presented his research at DEF CON, BSides DC, DERBYCON, and ToorCon.CloseReversing and Exploiting Embedded DevicesElvis Collado, Praetorian, Senior Security Researcher b1ack0wlThis talk will go over the following: How all of this research got started, the critical vulnerabilities I personally discovered in modern devices, the challenges and failures I personally had with techniques like blind fuzzing, the challenges I had with not having the knowledge or funds to get into hardware hacking, figuring out how to build an exploit for a vulnerability without the need of using UART or a remote debugger, how to get started into hardware hacking once youve exhausted all means on the software side of things, how to build an effective but cheap IoT hacking lab, how to create your own lowcost JTAGulator with an Arduino nano, how to cross compile and disassemble to quickly figure out CPU architectures that a person may be unfamiliar with, discussion of the open source project Damn Vulnerable Router Firmware, and how to put this all together quickly so everyone can start finding vulnerabilities in the products they own. Also, the talk has been recently updated with comparisons of crafting exploits on x86 vs MIPS vs ARM. Before I only had x86 vs MIPS.Note: There will be no vendor shaming. All Vendors will be renamed to Vendor A, Vendor B, Vendor CetcBio:Elvis Collado is a Senior Security Researcher for Praetorian with a main focus in embedded electronics. Elvis got into electronics ever since he discovered his first vulnerabilities in some of the devices he personally owned. He decided to migrate his research from the desktop space to the embedded space and wants to share what he has learned with everyone.CloseTranewreckThis talk covers the reverse engineering and exploration of the Trane ComfortLink thermostats. These devices are manufactured and produced by Trane, a popular heating and cooling company offering Zwave and WiFi enabled thermostats packaged with their appliances. This talk covers a previously unreleased vulnerability in the Trane ComfortLink thermostats that allows for remote manipulation and information extraction by an attacker. The devices are vulnerable by default and this talk addresses the physical dangers posed by this vulnerability to customers. The tools and methods used in finding this vulnerability are also discussed atlength in the presentation along with a video demonstration of the exploit in action.Bio:Jeff Kitson is a Security Researcher with the Vulnerability Assessment Team of Trustwave SpiderLabs. His career began with fullstack web development before moving into system administration and eventually vulnerability and security research. His current work includes maintaining and developing vulnerability tools within Trustwave. His research interests include IOT devices and extracting information with software defined radio.CloseIoT Defenses Software, Hardware, Wireless and CloudAaron Guzman, Principal Penetration Tester scriptingxssThe vast playground of IoT, and all its problems, will surely transfer from Consumer homes over to the Enterprise. Various studies have shown the effect of consumer IoT adoption in the enterprise, resulting in rouge connections into a trusted network. Items such as Smart TVs, drones, home security devices, and even connected vehicles are now being discovered in corporate networks. Industry professionals and board rooms are struggling to keep up with the growth of IoT due to the various interfaces introduced. We will discuss the many IoT attack surfaces and provide proactive security controls that are easily implemented by consumers, enterprises, and manufactures alike.What is constantly being shared throughout the industry is how IoT is broken, vulnerable, and insecure. Various testing methodologies and guidance cheat sheets have been released without discussions on how to protect against the threats discovered. As a technical editor for an upcoming IoT security book, as well as a contributor for various security guidance documents on IoT, this talk will give practical defense guidance that attendees and manufacturers can implement.Bio:Aaron is a Principal Penetration Tester in the Los Angeles area with expertise in Application Security, IoT, Mobile, Web, and Network Penetration testing. He volunteers his time as a Chapter Board Member for the OWASP Los Angeles, President for Cloud Security Alliance SoCal, and a Technical Editor for Packt Publishing . Aaron is a contributor for various IoT guidance documents from CSA, OWASP, Prpl, and others. He has held roles with companies such as Belkin, Linksys, Dell and Symantec.CloseCFPCall for papers for IoT Village is now open! All talks related to IoT security issues are welcome, with special emphasis on any of the following topics:Internet of Things Show us how secure (or insecure) IPenabled embedded systems are. Routers, network storage systems, cameras, HVAC systems, refrigerators, medical devices, smart cars, smart home technology, and TVs. If it is IP enabled, were interested.Vulnerabilities and Remediation Show us the what 0days, exploits, or vulnerabilities youve found in an IoT device and then how the security flaw can be fixed. It great to pull off a hack, but how do we fix it going forward.Demonstrable Research Present attacks that result in mechanical operation of the devices physical functionality. Can you make the device move, smoke, light up, emit sound, manipulate a screen readout, or any other visibly evident manifestation of the exploit?Healthcare IoT Demonstrate or discuss how IoT devices are impacting the realm of healthcare, including but not limited to patient health and hospital security. Travel, Hospitality, and IoT Analyze how IoT is impacting the travel hospitality industry, guest safety, and the connected hotel room.IoT Device Management Discuss best practices for deploying and building security into IoT devices.We encourage responsible disclosure.Submit HereDEADLINE JUNE 15, 2018Note: If chosen, the speaker will be responsible for all costs including travel and lodging. Speaker badge status TBA.MotivationThe socalled Internet of Things (IoT) is undergoing massive adoption. From locks and thermostats to televisions and refrigerators, many devices that have traditionally delivered analog functionality are rapidly gaining WiFi connectivity and connecting to cloudbased, commandandcontrol centers for remote control and monitoring functionality. Some of these devices are built with security in mind, while others are simply analog devices with communication capabilities slapped on. The security and privacy implications introduced by any security vulnerabilities in these connected devices are tremendous.To be at the forefront of addressing and minimizing these issues, we organized the firstever IoT hacking village at DEF CON 23. That was a followup to the massively popular SOHOpelessly Broken router hacking contest, which debuted at DEF CON 22 and contributed 15 new 0day discoveries to the research community, we hope to educate participants and the community about security vulnerabilities in these widely deployed devices and, in turn, shift toward better security in the IoT category.Contests ZeroDay Track The ZeroDay track is focused on the discovery and demonstration of new exploits (0day vulnerabilities). This track relies on the judging of newly discovered attacks against embedded electronic devices. Devices that are eligible for the contest can be found here and you can start submitting entries now! The winners who score the highest on their judged entries will be rewarded with cash prizes.Contestants will need to provide proof that they disclosed the vulnerability to the vendor. CTF Track A DEFCON 24 Black Badge ctf, players compete against one another by exploiting offtheshelf IoT devices. These 15 devices all have known vulnerabilities, but to successfully exploit these devices requires lateral thinking, knowledge of networking, and competency in exploit development. CTFs are a great experience to learn more about security and test your skills, so join up in a team (or even by yourself) and compete for fun and prizes! Exploit as many as you can over the weekend and the top three teams will be rewarded.

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