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TechExeter: Hacking (Not So) Smart Things 101

More and more devices of our daily life are ``smart:’’ ranging from smart light bulbs to smart TVs to smart fridges – everything can, and most likely will be, in the future connected to the Internet. More and more people are already used to remotely controlling their heating at home using their smartphone.

Want to learn more? Visit the TechExeter Conference on the 11th September 2019! I will, using smart home automation as an example, explain simple techniques for hacking (not so) smart devices.

After the presentation, you should

  • understand the amount of systems that power a small smart device,
  • understand basic hacking techniques for smart devices, and
  • understand several security flaws that occur in IoT devices.