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But its security is fundamentally broken. You are commenting using your WordPress. Twitter did not respond. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

The answer lies in hardware-assisted virtualization to containerize each software entity, keeping critical components safe, secure and isolated from the rest. Security researchers, and those with more malicious intent, can quite easily extract binary code from devices via JTAG, or find it online in the form of updates, and reverse engineer via one of the many tools readily available. Danger with drones getting hacked:

This blog occasionally quotes excerpts from other publications, in which case it is done under Fair Use. Of course, these individual services may need to speak to each other. It requires a secure hypervisor — a lightweight, compact piece of software with relatively few lines of code — to provide a virtual environment for each software element to run in parallel.

So what can be done? Danger with drones getting hacked: This is my personal blog about disruptive technology trends such as mobile, cloud and the Internet of things. Notify me of new comments via email.

Inside a vehicle there may need to be communication between entertainment system and engine system so the volume of the radio turns up automatically as the car accelerates and outside noise increases, for example. The answer lies in hardware-assisted virtualization to containerize each software entity, keeping critical components safe, secure and isolated from the rest. I despise copyright trolls and think the EFF is due for sainthood any day now.

The problem is that the security-by-obscurity mantra that these firms, and many IoT makers, hold so dear is simply not effective any more. Of course, these individual services may need to speak to each other. The answer is to ensure that the system boots up only if the very first piece of software to execute is cryptographically signed by a trusted entity — ie the vendor.

But there is something we as an industry can do about it — if we take a new hardware-led approach. This is my personal blog about disruptive technology trends such as mobile, cloud and the Internet of things. November 20, 2 Comments. This means that an attacker could reverse engineer the code, modify it, reflash the firmware and reboot to execute arbitrary code.