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USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies: Packets in Packets: Orson Welles’ In-Band Signaling Attacks for Modern Radios

Presents methods for injecting raw frames at Layer 1 from within upper-layer protocols by abuse of in-band signaling mechanisms common to most digital radio protocols. This packet piggy-backing technique allows attackers to hide malicious packets inside packets that are permitted on the network.

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Hardware Security Training Talks: IEEE 802.15.4 Overview and TumbleRF Fuzzing

April 23, 2018

In this talk, we shared with the assembled group of hardware security professionals and students an introduction to IEEE 802.15.4 security and showed a few basic attacks, an intermediate attack, and then two examples of advanced techniques and research.

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