Infosec In the City (IIC)
From Zero to Hero(-ish): Your Journey to Car Hacking Begins — by Car Security Quarter (CSQ)
Updated: Dec 26, 2020
SINCON 2020 Conference Workshop Track
Day 1 (2 Jan 2021)
@ Workshop Room
[SINCON 2020 Conference Full Schedule]
The workshop will cover theoretical vehicular knowledge and practical hands-on activities on ICSIM for participants to gain an in-depth understanding of the basics of vehicular technology and its protocols:
Theoretical vehicular knowledge
Introduction to Vehicular Architecture and Technology – Traditional vehicles, Connected Vehicles and Autonomous Vehicles
Overview of Basic Vehicle Networks and Protocols – (e.g. CAN Bus, Flexray bus, J3016 standard, etc.)
Introduction to Vehicle Threat Landscape
Introduction to International Vehicular Standards
Introduction to CAN bus protocol
Introduction to Car hacking tools
Identifying the different CAN types
Introduction to ISO-TP protocol
Introduction to UDS (Unified Diagnostic Systems)
Introduction to MOST/LIN/FlexRay/Automotive Ethernet
Practical hands-on activities on ICSIM
Capture CAN bus traffic
Replaying CAN bus traffic
Reverse engineer the CAN bus
Spoofing the CAN bus traffic
Windows 7 and above
Kali VM or Ubuntu VM
Test out your newly acquired car security skills at the SINCON 2020 Car Security CTF.
About the Instructors
ALINA (0x410x54) TAN is the founder of Division Zero’s (Div0) Car Security Quarter (CSQ). Her expertise lies in securing Operational Technology (OT), Industrial Control System (ICS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems — specifically on the offensive security of these systems. Her interest lies in pentesting OT and automotive systems.
EDMUND LIM is an experienced software functional tester and vehicle tester. He is also the pioneer member of Div0’s Car Security Quarter (CSQ). Making a switch into cybersecurity, his interest lies in hardware hacking and pentesting in automotive systems as a start. #animallover #gamer
TAN PEI SI (Kaskrex) is a seasoned developer with a strong interest in cybersecurity. Pei Si is an active advocate in the Singapore cybersecurity community — she actively contributes to Division Zero (Div0) and Infosec In the City, SINCON. She is also the pioneer member of Div0’s Car Security Quarter (CSQ). Pei Si’s interest lies in Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), hardware hacking and DevSecOps.
JAVIER YONG is currently awaiting his University Studies in Computer Science. He is keen on DFIR, Threat Hunting, DevSecOps and Reverse Engineering.