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    EMBA - Open-Source Firmware Security Testing - Messner, Eckmann
    Simplify, optimize and automate analysis

    Title:
    EMBA - Open-Source Firmware Security Testing

    Presenter:
    Michael Messner, Pascal Eckmann

    Abstract:
    Penetration testing of current embedded devices is quite complex as we have to deal with different architectures, optimized operating systems and special protocols. EMBA is an open-source firmware analyzer with the goal to simplify, optimize and automate the complex task of firmware security analysis.

    Biography:
    Michael Messner: As a security researcher and penetration tester, I have more than 10 years of experience in different penetration testing areas. In my current position, I'm focused on hacking embedded devices used in critical environments.

    Pascal Eckmann: As a security researcher and developer, I have worked on several internal and Open-Source projects in the areas of fuzzing, firmware analysis and web development. In addition to automated firmware analysis, I have experience in various penetration testing areas including hardware and wireless communication.

  • #2
    You can find the EMBA repo here: https://github.com/e-m-b-a/emba
    To stay up to date please check our twitter account: https://twitter.com/securefirmware

    See you at DC30

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    • #3
      Less than a month till DC30

      We are going to release further details about EMBA here .. stay tuned

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      • #4
        Our EMBA demo is on Friday 08/12 between 12:00 - 13:55 in the room called Council. See attached floor plan

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        • #5
          Thank you for joining us in our EMBA demo labs session.
          The slides are now uploaded and available here: https://github.com/e-m-b-a/emba/wiki...and-live-demos

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