Hack in Paris 2019 - Cyber Security Conference

I did a presentation at the Hack in Paris 2019 - Cyber Security Conference on 19th June 2019 about "Introduction to IoT Reverse Engineering with an example on a home router".
Here you can find:

Presentation

GitHub repositories related to the Home Router Example

  • adbtools2: tools for hacking ADB Epicentro routers (the example home router), including firmware modification kit and VOIP password recovery;
  • Buildroot-armv7: a set of scripts, configuration files and Buildroot external tree to setup a Qemu emulation environment to run and reverse engineer the Netgear DVA 5592 executables. This environment uses Docker, Buildroot and Qemu to emulate a board with an ARMv7 Cortex A9 processor, Linux kernel 3.4.11-rt19, uClibc 0.9.33.2, and old versions of other libraries.

Reverse engineering and physical disassembly

  • Introduction to reverse engineering, Mike Anderson, Embedded Linux Conference 2018, slides and video;

Recommended Books

  • Chris Simmonds - Mastering Embedded Linux Programming - Second Edition - Packt Publishing 2017;
  • Norman Matloff , Peter Jay Salzman - The Art of Debugging with GDB, DDD and Eclipse - NO STARCH PRESS 2008;

Hardware tools

JTAG and UART interfaces

Software