Hacking wireless with software defined radio (SDR)

Wireless systems, and their radio signals, are everywhere: consumer, corporate, government, amateur – widely deployed and often vulnerable. With the exponential growth of connected devices in the IoT space there are more devices then ever using the airwaves.
This hands-on workshop will teach you how to find, analyse and begin to reverse engineer any signal. Focus will be on the 433 MHz band a which is non-regulated and commonly used in IoT.
If you have any SDR equipment, bring it along! I’ll bring some equipment with me. You will need a modern laptop with Linux or have the possibility to setup to run a VM with access to USB ports (8 GB RAM and ~50 GB on the HDD).

Vorkenntnisse

- Basic understanding of IoT
- Use of Linux is helpful

Lernziele

- Understand how to capture and reverse engineer wireless protocols

 

Agenda

ab 10.00 Registrierung und Begrüßungskaffee
11.00: Beginn
12.30 - 13.30: Mittagspause
15.00 - 15.15: Kaffeepause
16.15 - 16.30: Kaffeepause
ca. 17.30 Uhr: Ende

 

Technische Anforderungen:

  • Bringt einen eigenen Laptop mit, der über mindestens 60 GB freien Festplattenspeicher (für VM) und 8 GB RAM ( 16 GB werden empfohlen) verfügt.
  • Aktuelles VMWare Player / Workstation / Fusion oder Virtualbox mit die Extensions für USB vorinstalliert.
  • Admin oder Root Rechte sowie die Möglichkeit AV zu deaktivieren, da er stellts sich öfters quer für die USB und security testing.

Speaker

 

Pablo Endres
Pablo Endres is the founder and Managing Director of SevenShift GmbH. He is an experienced Security Consultant, professional Hacker, Technological Solution Architect and published author. He is a computer engineer, and he holds a handful of security certifications ISC2 CISSP, CompTIA Security+, and ISECOM’s OPSA + OPST.

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