Dear IoT manufacturers, Yes, I admit: I like your products and my Geekness does not help! I like to play with them. If some are “gadgets” that finally land in a drawer amongst others with cables and connectors, some of them are really useful and I use them daily. You
I’m in Washington DC atÂ the SANSFIRE event. I’m following a training and meeting fellow SANS ISC Handlers. I also gave a talk tonight about the risks of the Internet of Things and quick tips to protect your home network against their invasion. Here is a copy of the slides: Link:Â http://www.slideshare.net/xme/home-sweet-home-sansfire-edition.
Yesterday, I talked atÂ RMLL (“Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre“) or LSM in English (“Libre Sofware Meeting“) held in Beauvais, France. The presentation title was “$HOME Sweet $HOME” and covered the security of our home networks regarding the invasion of connected gadgets also known as the Internet of Things. I gave
[This blogpost has also been published as a guest diary on isc.sans.org] Writing documentation is a pain for most of us but… mandatory! Pentesters and auditors don’t like to write their reports once the funny stuff has been completed. It is the same for the developers. Writing code and developing
[This blogpost has also been published as a guest diary on isc.sans.org] Our houses and offices are more and more infested by electronic devices embedding a real computer with an operating system and storage. They are connected to network resources for remote management, statistics or data polling. This is called