• Hardware Hacking with Samy Kamkar - Hak5 2109

    In this episode of Hak5 we're joined by Samy Kamkar, the maker of many portable hacker devices like the MagSpoof and KeySweeper just to name a couple. Read about his developments at https://samy.pl/ ------------------------------- Shop: http://www.hakshop.com Support: http://www.patreon.com/threatwire Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/hak5 Our Site: http://www.hak5.org Contact Us: http://www.twitter.com/hak5 ------------------------------

    published: 27 Oct 2016
  • Hardware Hacking Live at S4x16

    Andrew Zonenberg of IOActive shows how to pull firmware from a chip using a microscope, nail polish, a hot plate and a few chemicals. We set this up to be like a cooking segment on a morning show. Andrew had chips in various states so he could show it all quickly. The bit that used hazardous chemicals was filmed in advance. The only downside of this video is we didn't record the feed from the microscope and computer that was available to attendees in the Main Stage auditorium. Video highlights:

    published: 29 Jun 2016
  • Samy Kamkar's Crash Course in How to Be a Hardware Hacker

    Samy Kamkar is well known for many things, but lately it has been his hardware security hacks that have been turning heads. The nice thing to know is that, despite not having a background in hardware, Samy is able to run with the best of hardware researchers. At the Hackaday SuperConference he offered words of advice for anyone trying to walk the path of discovery with an exciting new piece of electronics. One might say it's a crash-course in how to be a hardware hacker. Read the article: Learn more about Samy Kamkar: Learn more about the Hackaday SuperConference

    published: 19 Dec 2016
  • Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking

    The *Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking* is about hacking low voltage mainstream devices to connect them with Tinkerforge modules. Any (Embedded-) PC, Smart Phone or Tablet can be used to interact with devices hacked by this kit. See http://www.tinkerforge.com/en/doc/Kits/HardwareHacking/HardwareHacking.html for more information.

    published: 16 Jul 2013
  • PC Motherboard Hardware Hacking and PSU wire modification Tutorial - LP

    PC Motherboard Hardware Hacking and PSU wire modification Tutorial - LP Here I take the unusual step of replacing some damaged motherboard components and modify a new PC PSU to fit my case. Soldering and wire splicing skills used as well as some surface mount hot air. My new PC is eating through PSU and will soon need a 1kw. Just for comparison, the same 5 minute video on my old PC was taking 1:48 to render (That is 1 HOUR and 48 MINUTES!) on the new one it takes 8 minutes! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BackofficeShow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AndrewsBackOffice Do not forget to follow @BackofficeShow on Twitter for regular updates on not only videos but my general shenanigans! http://twitter.com/BackofficeShow Don't be a stranger, please click here for updates: http://www.backof...

    published: 15 Sep 2015
  • We can hardware hack! And you can too!

    Webcast from 5/12/15 John Strand & Brian Fehrman discuss dumping firmware, using JTAGulator and analysis. Yes, there are demos (we still have some kinks to work out with our camera/live stream). We target a couple of devices you can easily acquire and practice on yourself. Why do this? Because the techniques we will cover in this webcast are the same techniques you can use to hack smart meters, access points, smart tv's, Malibu Stacy dolls, SCADA equipment and IP toasters. Yes, this is the core of next-gen hacking. Because next-gen is allays cool to catch the APTs with the IOCs.

    published: 13 May 2016
  • DEFCON 18: Hardware Hacking for Software Guys 1/4

    Speaker: Dave King Hardware hacking is cool, but it can be daunting to software guys. Microcontrollers mix hardware and software basically allowing software guys to do hardware in software. Lately several products have emerged that make it even easier for software guys to get hardware up and working. Arduinos are relatively cheap, open source, all-in-one prototyping boards with a strong community behind them. All you need is a USB cable and the Arduino IDE (which is also open source). The Arduino language is easy to learn for anyone with even a basic knowledge of coding. Arduinos can be made into many different security devices including keyboard emulators, RFID readers/writers, combination lock brute forcing robots, magnetic stripe card emulators, and automated cell phone dia...

    published: 05 Oct 2010
  • HARDWARE Hacking - Auto-miner mouse

    Mouse folosit: http://www.emag.ro/mouse-optic-spacer-800-dpi-usb-black-spmo-080/pd/D3F2YMBBM/ ==========Links and info below============ Facebook: http://facebook.com/acidripp Twitter: http://twitter.com/acidripp Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/acidripp

    published: 29 Feb 2016
  • Hak5 - Custom Bluetooth Hacking Hardware - Shmoocon 2011

    This time on Hak5 we venture back to DC for Shmoocon and meet up with Michael Ossmann of GreatScottGadgets.com to find out about project Ubertooth -- a custom hardware device for sniffing and injecting bluetooth packets. Then Shannon finds out the latest from Hackers For Charity with our good friend Johnny Long. Look out for even more Shmoocon coverage next week as we wrap up Hak5 season 8. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mossmann/ubertooth-one-an-open-source-bluetooth-test-tool http://www.hackersforcharity.org/

    published: 03 Feb 2011
  • Hardsploit: A Metasploit-like tool for hardware hacking

    It is clear that something is needed to help the security community to evaluate, audit and control the security level of hardware products. Hardsploit is a complete tool box (hardware & software), a framework which aims to: - Facilitate the audit of electronic systems for industry 'security' workers (consultants, auditors, pentesters, product designers, etc.) - Increase the level of security (and trust !) of new products designed by the industry Yann.A, Julien MOINARD, Gwénolé Audic

    published: 29 Dec 2015
  • Hardware hacking routers

    Hijacking a jack

    published: 02 Jan 2017
  • OSB 2015 - Open Source Tools of the Hardware Hacking Trade - Joe Grand

    Many embedded systems contain design flaws that could lead to exploitable vulnerabilities. In order to discover such flaws, hackers and engineers use a specific set of tools. In this session, Joe will discuss his favorite open source hardware hacking and reverse engineering tools, including those that monitor/decode digital communications, extract firmware, inject/spoof data, and identify/connect to debug interfaces.

    published: 11 Sep 2015
  • DEF CON 23 - Hardware Hacking Village - Matt DuHarte - Introduction to USB and Fuzzing

    Description

    published: 09 Dec 2015
  • The 3 Way20 Five Hardware Hacking Projects Under 30 Kevin Bong Michael Vieau

    These are the videos from Derbycon 2015: http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/derbycon5/mainlist

    published: 28 Sep 2015
  • Hardware Hacking, Soldering and Internet-Connected Chicken Eggs by Julia Grace at FutureStack13

    The New York Times recently proclaimed that there is "A Hardware Renaissance in Silicon Valley." As the barriers (both in cost and access) to hardware hacking have come down, and we have started to see everyone from young kids to artists building on top of Arduino and Raspberry Pi. But what does this mean for the future of hardware? And how will it impact all us software people? In this talk I will answer those questions, exploring about my experiences as a "Software Person in a Hardware World", running the engineering team at Tindie ("Etsy for Hardware Makers"). I'll discuss how I started hacking hardware, the trends in this nascent market, and impact of the "Internet of Things" where even the eggs in our refrigerator can be connected to the Internet.

    published: 12 Nov 2013
  • Defcon 18 - Hardware Hacking for Software Guys

    This video is part of the Infosec Video Collection at SecurityTube.net: http://www.securitytube.net Defcon 18 - Hardware Hacking for Software Guys Slides - https://www.defcon.org/images/defcon-18/dc-18-presentations/King/DEFCON-18-King-Hardware-For-Software-Guys.pdf Hardware hacking is cool, but it can be daunting to software guys. Microcontrollers mix hardware and software basically allowing software guys to do hardware in software. Lately several products have emerged that make it even easier for software guys to get hardware up and working. Arduinos are relatively cheap, open source, all-in-one prototyping boards with a strong community behind them. All you need is a USB cable and the Arduino IDE (which is also open source). The Arduino language is easy to learn for anyone with ...

    published: 17 Mar 2012
  • "Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking" Howto

    The *Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking* is about hacking low voltage mainstream devices to connect them with Tinkerforge modules. Any (Embedded-) PC, Smart Phone or Tablet can be used to interact with devices hacked by this kit. This video shows step-by-step how remote control mains switches can be hacked with the Hardware Hacking Kit. Step 1: 0:20 Unboxing Step 2: 1:31 Open Remote Control Step 3: 1:56 Hack Remote Control Step 4: 6:57 Connect to PC Step 5: 7:17 Testing Step 6: 7:40 Fun will now commence See http://www.tinkerforge.com/en/doc/Kits/HardwareHacking/HardwareHacking.html for more information.

    published: 16 Jul 2013
  • BSides Indy02 Hardware Hacking Abusing the Things Price McDonald

    These are the videos from BSides Indy 2017: http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/bsidesindy2017/mainlist

    published: 11 Mar 2017
  • Accessing Hidden Serial Consoles - Overview - Hardware Hacking Series #1

    In this video I talk about the tools required to modify a router slightly, so that the serial console can be accessed. The serial console is basically a backdoor, sometimes "locked", into the heart of the router. Having serial console access enables you to find out what's going on when your router boots up (i.e. starts), which may provide information about misconfigurations or other interesting information, because even if you can't modify the boot parameters without reflashing the device, and it prompts you with a login screen that cannot easily be guessed, then you still have access to the entire bootlog which can provide useful in many cases. Safety Disclaimer: Soldering irons are tools that should be handled properly as they can easily cause injury. Soldering thread containing lead ...

    published: 03 Mar 2017
  • Hardware Hacks | LIFE HACKS FOR KIDS

    Expert life hacker Sunny is back with some awesome hardware hacks! Learn how to make adorable washer necklaces, eye catching string art, and customized bracelets. The materials might be hard but these hacks are easy. Get all the hardware tricks right here! Only on DreamWorksTV. Expert life hacker Sunny gives kids the inside scoop to all the coolest tips and tricks for navigating through life. Learn how to create your own harmonica with popsicle sticks, turn a t-shirt into a tote bag and make a lantern out of a sports drink. Plus, sneaky school secrets, paw-fect toys for your favorite pet and so much more. Tune in for the coolest D.I.Y tips, and you'll never be bored again! → CreditsHost: Sunny Keller Directed, Produced and Written by: Jeannie Roshar and Gary Anthony Williams Executive ...

    published: 28 Feb 2016
  • Tools of the Hardware Hacking Trade - Duo Tech Talk

    Many electronic devices contain design flaws that could lead to exploitable vulnerabilities. In order to discover such flaws, hackers and engineers use a variety of tools. This presentation introduces the audience to tools commonly used during the hardware hacking and reverse engineering processes, including those that monitor/decode communications, extract firmware, inject/spoof data, and identify/connect to debug interfaces. Bio: Joe Grand (@joegrand), also known as Kingpin, is a computer engineer, hardware hacker, product designer, teacher, advisor, runner, daddy, honorary doctor, TV host, member of L0pht Heavy Industries, and the proprietor of Grand Idea Studio (grandideastudio.com).

    published: 23 Oct 2015
  • Hardware Hacking for Software People

    This talk was given at ReCon Reverse Engineering in July 2011. The talk aims to introduce software vulnerability researchers and reverse engineers to some basic concepts of hardware reversing. Source: http://vimeo.com/28164302

    published: 14 Feb 2014
  • XII Ciclo UPM TASSI 2016. Conferencia 3: Hardware Hacking aplicado a la Seguridad: Arduino y Routers

    Conferencia presentada el 25 de febrero de 2016 en el Campus Sur de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, España, por D. David Meléndez (Albalá Ingenieros S.A.) en el XII Ciclo de Conferencias UPM TASSI. Una actividad docente de la asignatura Temas Avanzados en Seguridad y Sociedad de la Información TASSI. Puede descargar la presentación utilizada por el ponente desde la siguiente dirección: http://www.criptored.upm.es/multimedia/multimedia.html Vídeo producido por el Gabinete de Tele-Educación de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • Mundo Hacker TV- 'Hacking de hardware y firmware' - Globb Security.

    globbsecurity.com/mundo-hacker-tv-01-2016-hacking-hardware-firmware-37916/ Sí, muchos lo estabais esperando, y por fin podéis ver la nueva entrega de Mundo Hacker TV. Como sabéis, la versión online del programa Mundo Hacker, que habéis podido ver en exclusiva en GlobbTV. Una nueva forma de tratar el mundo de la ciberseguridad y el hacking con rigor, pero siempre diferente, divertida y por qué no, políticamente incorrecta. En esta primera entrega de 2016, Antonio Ramos & Co. abordarán el “Hacking de hardware y firmware”. En esta ocasión, el presentador de Mundo Hacker y profesor de Seguridad Informática Antonio Ramos está acompañado por Yago Hansen, experto en redes y formador de las fuerzas de seguridad del Estado, Ángel Ochoa, experto en ciberataques y forénsica informática y Raúl Sánchez...

    published: 18 Nov 2016
  • Hacking Households

    What if objects were produced the way open source software is developed? http://www.hackinghouseholds.com http://bio.si/en/themes/hacking-households/ Authors: Leonardo Amico Thibault Brevet Coralie Gourguechon Jesse Howard Jure Martinec Nataša Muševič Tilen Sepič Concept: Creating software has become a flexible, collaborative, and adaptable process: projects develop as code is openly shared, reviewed, adapted, and distributed. Simultaneously, home appliances are increasingly dependent on inflexible standards of production leading to a lack of reparability, less adaptability, and more waste. With affordable technologies of digital manufacturing and electronic platforms, translating code into matter is becoming possible for everyone. Programming object thus seek to bring open source softw...

    published: 22 Sep 2014
Hardware Hacking with Samy Kamkar - Hak5 2109

Hardware Hacking with Samy Kamkar - Hak5 2109

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  • Duration: 28:57
  • Updated: 27 Oct 2016
  • views: 18259
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In this episode of Hak5 we're joined by Samy Kamkar, the maker of many portable hacker devices like the MagSpoof and KeySweeper just to name a couple. Read about his developments at https://samy.pl/ ------------------------------- Shop: http://www.hakshop.com Support: http://www.patreon.com/threatwire Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/hak5 Our Site: http://www.hak5.org Contact Us: http://www.twitter.com/hak5 ------------------------------
https://wn.com/Hardware_Hacking_With_Samy_Kamkar_Hak5_2109
Hardware Hacking Live at S4x16

Hardware Hacking Live at S4x16

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  • Duration: 19:03
  • Updated: 29 Jun 2016
  • views: 1302
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Andrew Zonenberg of IOActive shows how to pull firmware from a chip using a microscope, nail polish, a hot plate and a few chemicals. We set this up to be like a cooking segment on a morning show. Andrew had chips in various states so he could show it all quickly. The bit that used hazardous chemicals was filmed in advance. The only downside of this video is we didn't record the feed from the microscope and computer that was available to attendees in the Main Stage auditorium. Video highlights:
https://wn.com/Hardware_Hacking_Live_At_S4X16
Samy Kamkar's Crash Course in How to Be a Hardware Hacker

Samy Kamkar's Crash Course in How to Be a Hardware Hacker

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  • Duration: 28:07
  • Updated: 19 Dec 2016
  • views: 13653
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Samy Kamkar is well known for many things, but lately it has been his hardware security hacks that have been turning heads. The nice thing to know is that, despite not having a background in hardware, Samy is able to run with the best of hardware researchers. At the Hackaday SuperConference he offered words of advice for anyone trying to walk the path of discovery with an exciting new piece of electronics. One might say it's a crash-course in how to be a hardware hacker. Read the article: Learn more about Samy Kamkar: Learn more about the Hackaday SuperConference
https://wn.com/Samy_Kamkar's_Crash_Course_In_How_To_Be_A_Hardware_Hacker
Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking

Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking

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  • Duration: 2:27
  • Updated: 16 Jul 2013
  • views: 40124
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The *Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking* is about hacking low voltage mainstream devices to connect them with Tinkerforge modules. Any (Embedded-) PC, Smart Phone or Tablet can be used to interact with devices hacked by this kit. See http://www.tinkerforge.com/en/doc/Kits/HardwareHacking/HardwareHacking.html for more information.
https://wn.com/Starter_Kit_Hardware_Hacking
PC Motherboard Hardware Hacking and PSU wire modification Tutorial - LP

PC Motherboard Hardware Hacking and PSU wire modification Tutorial - LP

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  • Duration: 15:54
  • Updated: 15 Sep 2015
  • views: 3819
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PC Motherboard Hardware Hacking and PSU wire modification Tutorial - LP Here I take the unusual step of replacing some damaged motherboard components and modify a new PC PSU to fit my case. Soldering and wire splicing skills used as well as some surface mount hot air. My new PC is eating through PSU and will soon need a 1kw. Just for comparison, the same 5 minute video on my old PC was taking 1:48 to render (That is 1 HOUR and 48 MINUTES!) on the new one it takes 8 minutes! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BackofficeShow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AndrewsBackOffice Do not forget to follow @BackofficeShow on Twitter for regular updates on not only videos but my general shenanigans! http://twitter.com/BackofficeShow Don't be a stranger, please click here for updates: http://www.backofficeshow.com/youtube/
https://wn.com/Pc_Motherboard_Hardware_Hacking_And_Psu_Wire_Modification_Tutorial_Lp
We can hardware hack! And you can too!

We can hardware hack! And you can too!

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  • Duration: 1:01:26
  • Updated: 13 May 2016
  • views: 385
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Webcast from 5/12/15 John Strand & Brian Fehrman discuss dumping firmware, using JTAGulator and analysis. Yes, there are demos (we still have some kinks to work out with our camera/live stream). We target a couple of devices you can easily acquire and practice on yourself. Why do this? Because the techniques we will cover in this webcast are the same techniques you can use to hack smart meters, access points, smart tv's, Malibu Stacy dolls, SCADA equipment and IP toasters. Yes, this is the core of next-gen hacking. Because next-gen is allays cool to catch the APTs with the IOCs.
https://wn.com/We_Can_Hardware_Hack_And_You_Can_Too
DEFCON 18: Hardware Hacking for Software Guys 1/4

DEFCON 18: Hardware Hacking for Software Guys 1/4

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  • Duration: 14:58
  • Updated: 05 Oct 2010
  • views: 6189
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Speaker: Dave King Hardware hacking is cool, but it can be daunting to software guys. Microcontrollers mix hardware and software basically allowing software guys to do hardware in software. Lately several products have emerged that make it even easier for software guys to get hardware up and working. Arduinos are relatively cheap, open source, all-in-one prototyping boards with a strong community behind them. All you need is a USB cable and the Arduino IDE (which is also open source). The Arduino language is easy to learn for anyone with even a basic knowledge of coding. Arduinos can be made into many different security devices including keyboard emulators, RFID readers/writers, combination lock brute forcing robots, magnetic stripe card emulators, and automated cell phone dialers. In a way, an Arduino is kind of like the hardware equivalent of scripting languages. They make development quick and are a good fit for many projects. In this talk you'll see examples of projects built with Arduinos and information on how they were done. You'll also see some limitations of Arduinos and some alternatives to typical Arduinos. In the end you'll see that anyone can make really cool hardware, even without a degree in electrical engineering. For presentations, whitepapers or audio version of the Defcon 18 presentations visit: http://defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-18-archive.html
https://wn.com/Defcon_18_Hardware_Hacking_For_Software_Guys_1_4
HARDWARE Hacking - Auto-miner mouse

HARDWARE Hacking - Auto-miner mouse

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  • Duration: 13:22
  • Updated: 29 Feb 2016
  • views: 1597
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Mouse folosit: http://www.emag.ro/mouse-optic-spacer-800-dpi-usb-black-spmo-080/pd/D3F2YMBBM/ ==========Links and info below============ Facebook: http://facebook.com/acidripp Twitter: http://twitter.com/acidripp Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/acidripp
https://wn.com/Hardware_Hacking_Auto_Miner_Mouse
Hak5 - Custom Bluetooth Hacking Hardware - Shmoocon 2011

Hak5 - Custom Bluetooth Hacking Hardware - Shmoocon 2011

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  • Duration: 37:17
  • Updated: 03 Feb 2011
  • views: 113781
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This time on Hak5 we venture back to DC for Shmoocon and meet up with Michael Ossmann of GreatScottGadgets.com to find out about project Ubertooth -- a custom hardware device for sniffing and injecting bluetooth packets. Then Shannon finds out the latest from Hackers For Charity with our good friend Johnny Long. Look out for even more Shmoocon coverage next week as we wrap up Hak5 season 8. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mossmann/ubertooth-one-an-open-source-bluetooth-test-tool http://www.hackersforcharity.org/
https://wn.com/Hak5_Custom_Bluetooth_Hacking_Hardware_Shmoocon_2011
Hardsploit: A Metasploit-like tool for hardware hacking

Hardsploit: A Metasploit-like tool for hardware hacking

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  • Duration: 59:23
  • Updated: 29 Dec 2015
  • views: 305
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It is clear that something is needed to help the security community to evaluate, audit and control the security level of hardware products. Hardsploit is a complete tool box (hardware & software), a framework which aims to: - Facilitate the audit of electronic systems for industry 'security' workers (consultants, auditors, pentesters, product designers, etc.) - Increase the level of security (and trust !) of new products designed by the industry Yann.A, Julien MOINARD, Gwénolé Audic
https://wn.com/Hardsploit_A_Metasploit_Like_Tool_For_Hardware_Hacking
Hardware hacking routers

Hardware hacking routers

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  • Duration: 0:19
  • Updated: 02 Jan 2017
  • views: 36
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Hijacking a jack
https://wn.com/Hardware_Hacking_Routers
OSB 2015 - Open Source Tools of the Hardware Hacking Trade - Joe Grand

OSB 2015 - Open Source Tools of the Hardware Hacking Trade - Joe Grand

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  • Duration: 49:04
  • Updated: 11 Sep 2015
  • views: 815
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Many embedded systems contain design flaws that could lead to exploitable vulnerabilities. In order to discover such flaws, hackers and engineers use a specific set of tools. In this session, Joe will discuss his favorite open source hardware hacking and reverse engineering tools, including those that monitor/decode digital communications, extract firmware, inject/spoof data, and identify/connect to debug interfaces.
https://wn.com/Osb_2015_Open_Source_Tools_Of_The_Hardware_Hacking_Trade_Joe_Grand
DEF CON 23 - Hardware Hacking Village - Matt DuHarte - Introduction to USB and Fuzzing

DEF CON 23 - Hardware Hacking Village - Matt DuHarte - Introduction to USB and Fuzzing

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  • Duration: 44:38
  • Updated: 09 Dec 2015
  • views: 2192
videos https://wn.com/Def_Con_23_Hardware_Hacking_Village_Matt_Duharte_Introduction_To_Usb_And_Fuzzing
The 3 Way20 Five Hardware Hacking Projects Under 30 Kevin Bong Michael Vieau

The 3 Way20 Five Hardware Hacking Projects Under 30 Kevin Bong Michael Vieau

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  • Duration: 50:16
  • Updated: 28 Sep 2015
  • views: 826
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These are the videos from Derbycon 2015: http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/derbycon5/mainlist
https://wn.com/The_3_Way20_Five_Hardware_Hacking_Projects_Under_30_Kevin_Bong_Michael_Vieau
Hardware Hacking, Soldering and Internet-Connected Chicken Eggs by Julia Grace at FutureStack13

Hardware Hacking, Soldering and Internet-Connected Chicken Eggs by Julia Grace at FutureStack13

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  • Duration: 33:37
  • Updated: 12 Nov 2013
  • views: 4377
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The New York Times recently proclaimed that there is "A Hardware Renaissance in Silicon Valley." As the barriers (both in cost and access) to hardware hacking have come down, and we have started to see everyone from young kids to artists building on top of Arduino and Raspberry Pi. But what does this mean for the future of hardware? And how will it impact all us software people? In this talk I will answer those questions, exploring about my experiences as a "Software Person in a Hardware World", running the engineering team at Tindie ("Etsy for Hardware Makers"). I'll discuss how I started hacking hardware, the trends in this nascent market, and impact of the "Internet of Things" where even the eggs in our refrigerator can be connected to the Internet.
https://wn.com/Hardware_Hacking,_Soldering_And_Internet_Connected_Chicken_Eggs_By_Julia_Grace_At_Futurestack13
Defcon 18 - Hardware Hacking for Software Guys

Defcon 18 - Hardware Hacking for Software Guys

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  • Duration: 46:30
  • Updated: 17 Mar 2012
  • views: 1768
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This video is part of the Infosec Video Collection at SecurityTube.net: http://www.securitytube.net Defcon 18 - Hardware Hacking for Software Guys Slides - https://www.defcon.org/images/defcon-18/dc-18-presentations/King/DEFCON-18-King-Hardware-For-Software-Guys.pdf Hardware hacking is cool, but it can be daunting to software guys. Microcontrollers mix hardware and software basically allowing software guys to do hardware in software. Lately several products have emerged that make it even easier for software guys to get hardware up and working. Arduinos are relatively cheap, open source, all-in-one prototyping boards with a strong community behind them. All you need is a USB cable and the Arduino IDE (which is also open source). The Arduino language is easy to learn for anyone with even a basic knowledge of coding. Arduinos can be made into many different security devices including keyboard emulators, RFID readers/writers, combination lock brute forcing robots, magnetic stripe card emulators, and automated cell phone dialers. In a way, an Arduino is kind of like the hardware equivalent of scripting languages. They make development quick and are a good fit for many projects. In this talk you'll see examples of projects built with Arduinos and information on how they were done. You'll also see some limitations of Arduinos and some alternatives to typical Arduinos. In the end you'll see that anyone can make really cool hardware, even without a degree in electrical engineering.
https://wn.com/Defcon_18_Hardware_Hacking_For_Software_Guys
"Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking" Howto

"Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking" Howto

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  • Duration: 8:46
  • Updated: 16 Jul 2013
  • views: 48283
videos
The *Starter Kit: Hardware Hacking* is about hacking low voltage mainstream devices to connect them with Tinkerforge modules. Any (Embedded-) PC, Smart Phone or Tablet can be used to interact with devices hacked by this kit. This video shows step-by-step how remote control mains switches can be hacked with the Hardware Hacking Kit. Step 1: 0:20 Unboxing Step 2: 1:31 Open Remote Control Step 3: 1:56 Hack Remote Control Step 4: 6:57 Connect to PC Step 5: 7:17 Testing Step 6: 7:40 Fun will now commence See http://www.tinkerforge.com/en/doc/Kits/HardwareHacking/HardwareHacking.html for more information.
https://wn.com/Starter_Kit_Hardware_Hacking_Howto
BSides Indy02 Hardware Hacking Abusing the Things Price McDonald

BSides Indy02 Hardware Hacking Abusing the Things Price McDonald

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  • Duration: 38:37
  • Updated: 11 Mar 2017
  • views: 390
videos
These are the videos from BSides Indy 2017: http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/bsidesindy2017/mainlist
https://wn.com/Bsides_Indy02_Hardware_Hacking_Abusing_The_Things_Price_Mcdonald
Accessing Hidden Serial Consoles - Overview - Hardware Hacking Series #1

Accessing Hidden Serial Consoles - Overview - Hardware Hacking Series #1

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  • Duration: 19:52
  • Updated: 03 Mar 2017
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In this video I talk about the tools required to modify a router slightly, so that the serial console can be accessed. The serial console is basically a backdoor, sometimes "locked", into the heart of the router. Having serial console access enables you to find out what's going on when your router boots up (i.e. starts), which may provide information about misconfigurations or other interesting information, because even if you can't modify the boot parameters without reflashing the device, and it prompts you with a login screen that cannot easily be guessed, then you still have access to the entire bootlog which can provide useful in many cases. Safety Disclaimer: Soldering irons are tools that should be handled properly as they can easily cause injury. Soldering thread containing lead is toxic and should not be exposed to open wounds. If you do a lot of soldering, then you should consider wearing some thin gloves. (Not plastic!) Always wash your hands after handling lead. If you're going to eat something while soldering, then wash your hands first. Keep food and drinks away from your working table too. Lead-free solder thread is not without risks too, as it's harder to use, and the increased fumes it may produce are in return more toxic. Warranty Disclaimer: By opening and modifying your router you forfeit/nullify all warranties. If you break your router while modifying it like I do in my videos, then it is your own fault. Soldering on equipment is not without risks. (I haven't managed to break my routers yet though.) Topics Covered: - Tools required - Router specifications (brief) - Serial console (UART) location - DD-WRT notes about router vulnerabilities - Solder bridges - Basic theory about connecting to serial consoles (in relation to power, etc.) - JTAG port location Hardware: - Multimeter (The one I have with a "beep" sound is Velleman DVM821. Link: https://www.velleman.eu/products/view/?id=432336) - Oscilloscope (Velleman EDU09. This is not an easy kit to assemble. Link: http://www.vellemanprojects.eu/products/view/?country=be&lang=en&id=411826) - USB to TTL Serial Cable (https://www.adafruit.com/product/954) - Bus Pirate - v3.6a (http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/Bus_Pirate) - TP Link Router (TL-WA801ND) - D-Link Router (DIR-842 - Revision B) Stay tuned and subscribe for more upcoming videos showing actual hacks! Twitter: @CrazyDaneHacker Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/crazydanishhacker Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crazydanishhacker
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Hardware Hacks | LIFE HACKS FOR KIDS

Hardware Hacks | LIFE HACKS FOR KIDS

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Expert life hacker Sunny is back with some awesome hardware hacks! Learn how to make adorable washer necklaces, eye catching string art, and customized bracelets. The materials might be hard but these hacks are easy. Get all the hardware tricks right here! Only on DreamWorksTV. Expert life hacker Sunny gives kids the inside scoop to all the coolest tips and tricks for navigating through life. Learn how to create your own harmonica with popsicle sticks, turn a t-shirt into a tote bag and make a lantern out of a sports drink. Plus, sneaky school secrets, paw-fect toys for your favorite pet and so much more. Tune in for the coolest D.I.Y tips, and you'll never be bored again! → CreditsHost: Sunny Keller Directed, Produced and Written by: Jeannie Roshar and Gary Anthony Williams Executive Producer: Judy Meyers Production Associate: Rachel Eck Segment Producer: Sheena Ryan Director of Photography: Jonathan Stromberg Edited by: Dustin Hahn www.ContactDustinHahn.com DIT/Gaffer: Ramiro Castro Second Camera: Larry Stromberg Sound: Wes Claggett Set Design: Lois Keller Follow DreamWorksTV! instagram - https://instagram.com/dreamworkstv/ twitter - https://twitter.com/dreamworkstv facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dreamworkstv DreamWorksTV is the ultimate YouTube destination for kids and families. See what Shrek and Donkey, Po and the rest of your favorite DreamWorks characters are up to! Hack your life with helpful DIY tips and tricks, sing along to todays catchiest songs and laugh out loud to original animated series. DreamWorksTV has it all! Check back daily for new episodes. → Watch Something New! ← http://bit.ly/1L3zRrF → SUBSCRIBE TO DreamWorksTV! ← http://bit.ly/1kulRcU
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Tools of the Hardware Hacking Trade - Duo Tech Talk

Tools of the Hardware Hacking Trade - Duo Tech Talk

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  • Updated: 23 Oct 2015
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Many electronic devices contain design flaws that could lead to exploitable vulnerabilities. In order to discover such flaws, hackers and engineers use a variety of tools. This presentation introduces the audience to tools commonly used during the hardware hacking and reverse engineering processes, including those that monitor/decode communications, extract firmware, inject/spoof data, and identify/connect to debug interfaces. Bio: Joe Grand (@joegrand), also known as Kingpin, is a computer engineer, hardware hacker, product designer, teacher, advisor, runner, daddy, honorary doctor, TV host, member of L0pht Heavy Industries, and the proprietor of Grand Idea Studio (grandideastudio.com).
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Hardware Hacking for Software People

Hardware Hacking for Software People

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  • Updated: 14 Feb 2014
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This talk was given at ReCon Reverse Engineering in July 2011. The talk aims to introduce software vulnerability researchers and reverse engineers to some basic concepts of hardware reversing. Source: http://vimeo.com/28164302
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XII Ciclo UPM TASSI 2016. Conferencia 3: Hardware Hacking aplicado a la Seguridad: Arduino y Routers

XII Ciclo UPM TASSI 2016. Conferencia 3: Hardware Hacking aplicado a la Seguridad: Arduino y Routers

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Conferencia presentada el 25 de febrero de 2016 en el Campus Sur de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, España, por D. David Meléndez (Albalá Ingenieros S.A.) en el XII Ciclo de Conferencias UPM TASSI. Una actividad docente de la asignatura Temas Avanzados en Seguridad y Sociedad de la Información TASSI. Puede descargar la presentación utilizada por el ponente desde la siguiente dirección: http://www.criptored.upm.es/multimedia/multimedia.html Vídeo producido por el Gabinete de Tele-Educación de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
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Mundo Hacker TV- 'Hacking de hardware y firmware' - Globb Security.

Mundo Hacker TV- 'Hacking de hardware y firmware' - Globb Security.

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2016
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globbsecurity.com/mundo-hacker-tv-01-2016-hacking-hardware-firmware-37916/ Sí, muchos lo estabais esperando, y por fin podéis ver la nueva entrega de Mundo Hacker TV. Como sabéis, la versión online del programa Mundo Hacker, que habéis podido ver en exclusiva en GlobbTV. Una nueva forma de tratar el mundo de la ciberseguridad y el hacking con rigor, pero siempre diferente, divertida y por qué no, políticamente incorrecta. En esta primera entrega de 2016, Antonio Ramos & Co. abordarán el “Hacking de hardware y firmware”. En esta ocasión, el presentador de Mundo Hacker y profesor de Seguridad Informática Antonio Ramos está acompañado por Yago Hansen, experto en redes y formador de las fuerzas de seguridad del Estado, Ángel Ochoa, experto en ciberataques y forénsica informática y Raúl Sánchez, experto en sistemas embebidos y nuevo fichaje que se suma al selecto grupo de especialistas de Mundo Hacker. Y además, con la inestimable colaboración de Juan Pérez (alias John Smith). Aunque tendréis que esperar para ver su intervención especial… Eso sí, merecerá la pena. En este episodio, hablarán sobre el hacking de hardware y firmware, con una demostración práctica incluida, novedades en exclusiva sobre el lanzamiento de Mundo Hacker Day 2016, que tendrá lugar los próximos 27 y 28 de abril en Madrid, las JNIC2016 y la protección de entornos virtuales. Una última sugerencia: no te puedes perder la nueva entrega de Informe Dimitri, una producción que envidiaría el mismísimo Hollywood. En cada episodio, se supera a sí mismo. Dale al play, ponlo en pantalla completa y… Enjoy!
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Hacking Households

Hacking Households

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  • Updated: 28 Mar 2017
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What if objects were produced the way open source software is developed? http://www.hackinghouseholds.com http://bio.si/en/themes/hacking-households/ Authors: Leonardo Amico Thibault Brevet Coralie Gourguechon Jesse Howard Jure Martinec Nataša Muševič Tilen Sepič Concept: Creating software has become a flexible, collaborative, and adaptable process: projects develop as code is openly shared, reviewed, adapted, and distributed. Simultaneously, home appliances are increasingly dependent on inflexible standards of production leading to a lack of reparability, less adaptability, and more waste. With affordable technologies of digital manufacturing and electronic platforms, translating code into matter is becoming possible for everyone. Programming object thus seek to bring open source software practices into the world of (open hardware)appliances. Moving away from a top-down approach from corporation to consumer, to one where objects are designed, developed, and produced democratically within open communities. Music: 'Traveling' by Dot (composed by Natasha Musevic), Read Write Music 2014 bio.si
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