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We’ve spent the past four years trying to find an abstract way to look at IoT security and how it affects both the Internet at a global scale as well as the individual user. This talk will cover a quick crash course in hardware hacking, the most sophisticated botnets available as well as live demos of breaking into seemingly impossible to hack devices.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand how easy IoT hacking is and encourage the research communities to focus more on it.
2: Learn why vendors must focus on quickly acknowledging issues reported by researchers and pushing fixes.
3: Learn basic and advanced IoT security research techniques.

Pre-Requisites:
Unix basics (basic commands like netcat, grep, strings, compilers, encoders); networking basics (tcpdump, wireshark).
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