Hardware Tools with IoT Security Applicability

Over the past few years, cybersecurity has entered the public consciousness thanks to attacks that had direct effects on consumers privacy. Attacking traditional Information Technology (IT) systems such as desktop computers and servers can almost be a trivial matter for attackers with even moderate skills. Thanks to the plethora of software tools available and the…

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GoR Podcast 86: IoT Hacks, Command Lines, Python GUIs and Parts Inventory

Gears of Resistance #86 for September 3, 2018 http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/GOR/2018/GOR_0086_3SEP18.mp3 This week we cover: PySimpleGUI TensorFlow on Raspberry Pi Inventory:  OpenBOM |PartsBox.io |Mouser Inventory Management Arduino Command Line Interface Police Camera Vulnerabilities Hacking Networks via Fax Machines IoT BotNets to attack Energy Grid Demand [Download] For more DIY/Maker, OSHW, FOSS, CyberSec, and STEAM news follow along…

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GoR Podcast 85: IoT Securitygasm

Gears of Resistance #85 for August 14, 2018 http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/GOR/2018/GOR_0085_14AUG18.mp3 This week we cover: EECatalog Arduino MKR Vidor 4000 | CAN Shield | RS485 Shield Microchip ECC508A CryptoAuthentication Chip Microsoft Azure Sphere | 7 Properties of Secured Devices Embedded Vulnerability Assessment Tools Google Tensor Processing Unit Hardware Apple Joins Smart Home Mesh Networking Standards Group WannaCry…

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Open Hardware or Secure IoT: Is It a Mutually Exclusive Choice?

Despite the eye rolls sometimes given to the name “Internet of Things” or IoT for short, no one is arguing that the future isn’t connected. Market soothsayers such as Business Insider recently release their revised 2018 IoT market predictions. Some highlights include 1 billion installed IoT devices in just U.S. homes will occur by 2023….

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Primer on Embedded Side Channel Attacks

“Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected.” Sun-Tzu, Art of War For much of the history of embedded systems, many product designers and engineers have had the luxury of building rather closed loop systems with little to no interaction with other systems. A so-called “security through obscurity” was perhaps not…

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Arduino Graduates, Enters the Professional World

The humble Arduino embedded development platform marked it’s 15th year of existence recently. Ever since the original RS-232 serial port-based Arduino became a reality, the companies behind the platform have made steady progress in improving the capabilities with each new generations of boards. The board and the associated C-based programming language (originally called Wiring) were…

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GoR 84: Return of the Geek

Gears of Resistance #84 for April 21, 2018 http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/GOR/2018/GOR_0084_21APR18.mp3 This week we cover: IoT and Cybersecurity FTC Lets You Fix Your Stuff Without Voiding Your Warranty Ultrasonic Hacking Google AIY Let’s You Play With Neural Networks Nintendo Labo: Physical Meets Virtual Intel Shutting Down Group Behind AR Goggles Wearable Solar Cells 3D Product Fabrication All-In-One…

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SPP 83: Spectacle of Rockin’ Romans in Space (and BitCoin)

S.T.E.A.M. Power Podcast #83 for July 29, 2017. http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/SPP/2017/STEAM_0083_29JUL17.mp3 This week we cover: Clothing That Can Charge Your Phone Human Radio Signals Could Be Helping Shield Us From Space Storms Explaining BitCoin Google Gets Into Geothermal Energy Business Google Glass Returns  |  SnapChat Spectacles Disney Unveils Plans for Star Wars Hotel Roman Concrete Secrets Unlocked Quindar:…

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GoR 22: 3D Printing + Woodworking and OSHW News

Gears of Resistance Episode 22 for October 8, 2016 Divorce Averted: Arduino.cc and Arduino.org Make Nice Arduino ESLOV | Kickstarter ESP 32 Stuff | 2 | 3  |  GitHub IoT Botnet For more tech news and how-to’s follow along on Google+ and check out our YouTube Channel. Music is “Computer Control” by Tom Woxom, available at http://freemusicarchive.org/ CC:…

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SPP 78: Gravity in Meatspace

S.T.E.A.M. Power Podcast #78 for March 6, 2016 http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/SPP/2016/STEAM_0078_6MAR16.mp3 This week we cover: Gravitational Waves Discovered Ex-NSA Chief Agrees with Apple Teaching Math Using Dance and Theater Google Invents Needless-Needle MIT Brings IFTTT to Meatspace Mattel’s $300 Toy 3D Printer [Download] For more tech news and how-to’s visit the blog, follow along on Google+, and check out our YouTube Channel. Or listen…

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