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Workshop: IoT hacking 101

Led by Zoltán Balázs (CUJO AI); hosted by IoT Village
IoT Hacking 101 is a set of quick, hands-on labs developed to teach the tools and techniques for discovering and exploiting some of the common weaknesses found in IoT devices today. Whether you're a penetration tester that has never hacked IoT devices or even someone that has never hacked anything(!), these self-guided labs will walk you through all the steps from analysing router firmware, finding hidden backdoors, enumerating devices and performing remote exploits.

Students work at their own pace following IoT Hacking 101 or 102 level guides, and instructors are on hand to provide assistance as needed and answer any questions.

Details of how to join the workshop will be provided during VB2021.
Zoltán Balázs
CUJO AI Zoltán is Head of Vulnerability Research Lab at CUJO AI, a company focusing on smart home security. Before joining CUJO AI he worked as CTO for an AV testing company, as an IT security expert in the financial industry for five years, and as a senior IT security consultant at one of the Big Four companies for two years. His primary areas of expertise are penetration testing, malware analysis, computer forensics and security monitoring. He released the Zombie Browser Tool that has POC malicious browser extensions for Firefox, Chrome and Safari. He is also the developer of the Hardware Firewall Bypass Kernel Driver (HWFWBypass), the Encrypted Browser Exploit Delivery tool (#IRONSQUIRREL) and the Sandbox tester tool to test malware analysis sandboxes. He found and disclosed a vulnerability in IP cameras, and this vulnerability was exploited by the Persirai botnet, running on ˜600 000 cameras. He has been invited to give presentations at information security conferences worldwide including DEF CON, SyScan360, SAS2018, Virusbulletin, Disobey, Deepsec, Hacker Halted USA, Botconf, AusCERT, Nullcon, Hackcon, Shakacon, OHM, Nopcon, Hacktivity, and Ethical Hacking.
IoT Village IoT Village advocates for advancing security in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry through bringing researchers and industry together. IoT Village hosts talks by expert security researchers, interactive hacking labs, live bug hunting in the latest IoT tech, and competitive IoT hacking contests. Over the years IoT Village has served as a platform to showcase and uncover hundreds of new vulnerabilities, giving attendees the opportunity to learn about the most innovative techniques to both hack and secure IoT. IoT Village is organized by security consulting and research firm, Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), and the non-profit organization, Village Idiot Labs (VIL)
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Workshop: IoT hacking 101

Led by Zoltán Balázs (CUJO AI); hosted by IoT Village
IoT Hacking 101 is a set of quick, hands-on labs developed to teach the tools and techniques for discovering and exploiting some of the common weaknesses found in IoT devices today. Whether you're a penetration tester that has never hacked IoT devices or even someone that has never hacked anything(!), these self-guided labs will walk you through all the steps from analysing router firmware, finding hidden backdoors, enumerating devices and performing remote exploits.

Students work at their own pace following IoT Hacking 101 or 102 level guides, and instructors are on hand to provide assistance as needed and answer any questions.

Details of how to join the workshop will be provided during VB2021.
Zoltán Balázs
CUJO AI Zoltán is Head of Vulnerability Research Lab at CUJO AI, a company focusing on smart home security. Before joining CUJO AI he worked as CTO for an AV testing company, as an IT security expert in the financial industry for five years, and as a senior IT security consultant at one of the Big Four companies for two years. His primary areas of expertise are penetration testing, malware analysis, computer forensics and security monitoring. He released the Zombie Browser Tool that has POC malicious browser extensions for Firefox, Chrome and Safari. He is also the developer of the Hardware Firewall Bypass Kernel Driver (HWFWBypass), the Encrypted Browser Exploit Delivery tool (#IRONSQUIRREL) and the Sandbox tester tool to test malware analysis sandboxes. He found and disclosed a vulnerability in IP cameras, and this vulnerability was exploited by the Persirai botnet, running on ˜600 000 cameras. He has been invited to give presentations at information security conferences worldwide including DEF CON, SyScan360, SAS2018, Virusbulletin, Disobey, Deepsec, Hacker Halted USA, Botconf, AusCERT, Nullcon, Hackcon, Shakacon, OHM, Nopcon, Hacktivity, and Ethical Hacking.
IoT Village IoT Village advocates for advancing security in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry through bringing researchers and industry together. IoT Village hosts talks by expert security researchers, interactive hacking labs, live bug hunting in the latest IoT tech, and competitive IoT hacking contests. Over the years IoT Village has served as a platform to showcase and uncover hundreds of new vulnerabilities, giving attendees the opportunity to learn about the most innovative techniques to both hack and secure IoT. IoT Village is organized by security consulting and research firm, Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), and the non-profit organization, Village Idiot Labs (VIL)