Advanced Car Hacking and Automotive Security

Learn how to exploit modern vehicles.

Training starting at

$1,800.00

with one of our subscriptions

Language

English

Remote hardware will be available for all live participants. For participants taking this class at a later date, please get in touch with our support to reserve your remote hardware.

Participants are strongly encouraged to take the Introduction to Car Hacking and Automotive Security prior to taking this course.

Overview

Today's vehicles have multiple control modules that are linked via various types of networks. These networks have become pervasive and remain somewhat of an unknown in millions of vehicles on the road today.

This course will be both Lecture and Hands-On with an emphasis on student's ability to re-create course conditions after they have completed the course.

This course will take a deep dive, offering more example and assignments on the following topics and largely picking up where the Introduction to Car Hacking and Automotive Security course left off.

  • Introduction to ECUs
  • Introduction to Vehicle Networks
  • Vehicle Sub-Systems Overview
  • Hands-On: Build a CAN Bus
  • CAN Bus Tools
  • Connect to our CAN Bus
  • Break/Fix our CAN Bus
  • View Data
  • Reverse Engineer Data
  • Transmit on our CAN Bus
  • Send Commands on our CAN Bus
  • DoS the Bus
  • Vehicle Immobilizer Systems
  • X-By-Wire Systems
  • Intro to V2X Infrastructure
  • Diagnostic Protocol
  • Security Access
  • Device Control
  • Sending Diagnostics Commands
  • Handling Errors
  • Device Control Redux
  • Open Hack Controllers
Training by Robert Leale

Robert is a security researcher and expert in reverse engineering cryptographic algorithms, embedded software and vehicle network controls.

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