Efficient Reverse Engineering of Automotive Firmware
The firmware executed by components found in a car provide a starting point for adversaries to obtain confidential information and discover potential vulnerabilities. However, the process of reverse engineering a specific component is typically considered a complex and time-consuming task. In this paper we discuss several techniques which we used to significantly increase the efficiency of reverse engineering the firmware of an instrument cluster.
This publication is available in a form of slides, originally presented by Riscure's Alyssa Milburn and Niek Timmers at the 2018 ESCAR USA conference. The original research paper is available after registration.
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