We partner with companies ranging from startups to Fortune 50s to help build more secure products and services, so that you can stand behind the security of your products in the market. We have a team of the brightest information security experts who are up to date on the latest threats and research. We regularly speak at leading industry conferences and publish academic journal papers. In addition, we develop and maintain several leading open-source security assessment tools. Our research, conference, and open-source work provides us deep expertise we bring to every project, along with a network of other leaders in the information security field whose skills we can leverage for the needs of specific projects.
Our team members bring depth of experience in embedded OS hardening, firmware reverse engineering, blind RF protocol analysis, applied cryptography and cryptanalysis, hardware design and implementation, network movement and reconnaissance, tool development, and many other unique skills.
River Loop Security succeeds because we take time to recognize your needs and collaborate on solutions built around a thorough understanding of security and engineering concepts.
ApiMote v4beta Released: A IEEE 802.15.4 Sniffing/Injection Interface
We have announced the ApiMote v4beta design and released it as open-source hardware at the TROOPERS14 security conference. This hardware was designed specifically with security researchers and assessors in mind, and is supported by the KillerBee software toolkit and GoodFET.
We believe it offers unique capabilities unfulfilled by other interfaces currently available.
IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee Wireless IDS Beta Released
We have released killerbeewids, an open-source IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless IDS at the TROOPERS14 security conference. This beta version demonstrates a strong framework for multiple sensors and a centralized analytic engine. A few simple detection scripts are included to demonstrate detecting common attacks.
KillerBee Support for Sewino Open-Sniffer Platform
As part of our continued commitment to supporting open-source tools, we have added support to KillerBee for the Sewino Open-Sniffer 802.15.4 capture interface.
This is the first supported device capable of 900 MHz sniffing.