SYNwall – A Zero-Configuration (IoT) Firewall

Zero config (IoT) firewall. SYNwall is a project built (for the time being) as a Linux Kernel Module, to implement a transparent and no-config/no-maintenance firewall. Basics Usually IoT devices are out of a central control, with low profile hardware, tough environmental conditions and…we have no time to dedicate to maintain the security. So, may beRead More

IoTMap – Research Project On Heterogeneous IoT Protocols Modelling

IoTMap is a tool that models IoT networks using one or multiple protocols simultaneously. This is work in progress, as a part of a PhD thesis on Internet Of Things security. This repository is regularly updated as new results are obtained. This project supports 3 protocol as this time : BLE, ZigBee and OS4I. MoreRead More

IoT-PT – A Virtual Environment For Pentesting IoT Devices

A new pentesting virtual environment for IoT DevicesDownload Link : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XwGqkLax2irSPpwEpeAqypl9vEywzw3DMD5 : d9c20057b14cfa3fb25f744813b828df ; SHA1: 8828d693dc6c809377bab40d2bc26f525685e287OS info and Requirements Base OS : Lubuntu 18.04 LTS Processors : 2 (By default 4) RAM : 3GB (By default 8) VirtualBox 6+ username : iotpt ; password : iot1 To Do:- To Develop OpenSource Hardware Lab To DevelopRead More

uDork – Tool That Uses Advanced Google Search Techniques To Obtain Sensitive Information In Files Or Directories, Find IoT Devices, Detect Versions Of Web Applications, And So On

uDork is a script written in Bash Scripting that uses advanced Google search techniques to obtain sensitive information in files or directories, find IoT devices, detect versions of web applications, and so on.uDork does NOT make attacks against any server, it only uses predefined dorks and/or official lists from exploit-db.com (Google Hacking Database: https://www.exploit-db.com/google-hacking-database).New functionalRead More

PENIOT – Penetration Testing Tool for IoT

PENIOT is a penetration testing tool for Internet of Things (IoT) devices. It helps you to test/penetrate your devices by targeting their internet connectivity with different types of security attacks. In other words, you can expose your device to both active and passive security attacks. After deciding target device and necessary information (or parameters) ofRead More

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