Questions tagged [security]

For questions relating to the security of IoT devices (especially those connected directly to the internet) and how to mitigate these issues or avoid them altogether. Do not confuse this with device safety (If it gets hacked it's a security question, if it explodes it's a safety question).

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Securing first connection of non provisioned IoT device

Assumptions The IoT Device is actually a software installable on supported operating system, e.g. Windows or Linux. Lets named it Software-Device. The Software-Device is available to download by ...
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Provisioning “things” on AWS IoT without certificates confusion

I am new to AWS IoT. I wish to use AWS IoT's feature called JITP (Just In Time Provisioning) to provision my gateways automatically. I am using BeagleBone boards as device gateways. I followed the ...
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Monitor Eufy Homebase from iPhone Apple Home?

I have a Eufy Homebase 2 with 6 EufyCam 2C and a wired doorbell connected. The Homebase is setup as a “room” in Apple HomeKit. The Homebase is Ethernet connected to Xfinity new router, with wifi ...
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Home intrusion detection system - UltraSync 1347 - reliability

Does anyone have information about UltraSync 1347, a system that allows you to control a home intrusion system remotely from your smartphone (receive alerts, arm or disarm the system)? I could not ...
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Why does LoRaWAN 1.1 use MAC-then-encrypt for Join-Accept messages?

In the LoRaWAN 1.1. standard it says on Page 16 "For Join-Accept frame, the MIC field is encrypted with the payload and is not a separate field". In other scenarios the message integrity code is a ...
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How to use dedicated cryptochips

I have a chip that needs to send arbitrary data to a server that I do not control. We're using mbed TLS at the moment, however the binary is quite large. So, we introduced a dedicated cryptographic ...
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Guidance for a data logger and radio

I've currently been working with a consultant, whom recommended we utilize an architecture that is based off the Microchip ATMELAVR 8 bit Arduino framework. The board is called a Mayfly, picture ...
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Secure External Network Control of a MQTT Server on a Raspberry Pi

I'm trying to build a home automation system using MQTT. I'm using a Raspberry Pi as the broker. Everything works great as far as controlling it when connected to the same network. But I want to have ...
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How to have a Nedis smart device to connect to WiFi network without app and registering?

I have a Nedis WIFIHTPL20FWT Smart conversion heater. It seems that I need to register to Nedis cloud service and only then using Nedis SmartLife App this device could be connected to my local WLAN. I ...
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OOB pairing without NFC

I'm building a medical device with NFC capability. This medical device can be connected to a mobile phone/tablet over Bluetooth and operated by an App. During the pairing process, the App asks the ...
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High level architecture for cloud/iot solution with multiple customers/users

We're at the early planning stage for a new cloud IOT solution and i'm looking for some guidance or direction for the high level architecture for our use case: Assume we sell 10,000 edge devices to ...
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What does the abbreviation “SPINS” for the security protocol for WSN mean?

Since the protocol SPINS is as far as I understand it commonly spread I would like what exactly the abbreviation means in the paper "SPINS: Security Protocols for Sensor Networks" by Perrig et al. he ...