IoT Hardware Hacking: SPI Hacks
Master IoT hardware with SPI protocol, essential for handling memory chips and RF modules, using EXPLIoT tools for efficient chip sniffing and hacking.
What's in the Course?
Basics of SPI protocol
SPI Master Slave Communication
SPI Multislave communication
Security issues with SPI protocol
Find out SPI pins on an IoT product
Use EXPLIoT tools to identify SPI pins, sniff and hack SPI chips
What you will Learn
Acquire a deep understanding of the SPI protocol, a crucial element in IoT devices utilizing memory chips and RF modules. From unraveling the basics to exploring security concerns, discover how to locate SPI pins on IoT products and harness the power of EXPLIoT tools to sniff and hack SPI chips.
Hardware hacking and the SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) protocol are at the forefront of the evolving landscape of IoT security. Whether you are an enthusiast, a professional in IoT, or someone curious about the inner workings of connected devices, this course provides a unique opportunity to navigate the complexities of SPI protocol and hardware hacking.
Meet the instructor
Yashodhan Mandke is an IoT Security Researcher and Compliance Manager with over a decade of experience in IoT and AI research and development. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in AspePhotoo and holds academic qualifications in B.E. (E&TC), M.Tech (Signal Processing), and M.Tech (Communication). His research expertise extends to Signal Processing, RF, Electromagnetics, and cubesatellite.
Yashodhan is responsible for developing and delivering IoT security capabilities and is actively working on obtaining security certifications. His current research in IoT security focuses on Side-channel attacks, Fault injection, and Automotive security.