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Rapid7 Blog

Andrew Bindner  

Andrew is a former Rapid7 employee.



Enhancing IoT Security Through Research Partnerships

Securing IoT devices requires a proactive security approach to test both devices and the IoT product ecosystem. To accomplish this, consider setting up a research partnership.…

Uses For Tech of HaXmas Past

Before you throw technology from HaXmas gifts past on the shelf of misfit toys, consider this story about how one security researcher found new uses for an old gizmo. Your old tech is crying out to be reused!…

Building a Car Hacking Development Workbench: Part 3

Welcome back to the car hacking development workbench series. In part two we discussed how to read wiring diagrams. In part three, we are going to expand on the workbench by re-engineering circuits and replicate signals used in your vehicle. If this is your first…

Building a Car Hacking Development Workbench: Part 2

This is part two of a three-part series. Part one covered how to build a development workbench. Part two of this series will cover reading electrical diagrams and serve as a primer for part three, where we will re-engineer common circuit types found in vehicles.…

Building a Car Hacking Development Workbench: Part 1

Introduction There is a vast body of knowledge hiding inside your car. Whether you are an auto enthusiast, developer, hobbyist, security researcher, or just curious about vehicles, building a development bench can be an exciting project to facilitate understanding and experimentation without risking possible damage…