Automotive Hacking presented at ToorCamp 2012

by Eric Evenchick,

Tags: Security

Summary : "Modern vehicles are computers. They consist of sensors, controllers, and actuators that respond to the drivers demands. In fact, most modern vehicles do not have any physical linkage between the accelerator and the engine.
In this talk, I'll discuss the control systems in modern vehicles, how these systems communicate, and how hackers can talk to them. I'll also touch on new vehicle technologies that are increasingly reliant on these advanced control systems systems.
Specifically, I'll discuss Controller Area Network (CAN), automotive diagnostics systems (OBD-II, UDS, J1939), hybrid vehicle control systems, and what to do when your hydrogen storage system leaks (a personal experience)."