Common Embedded Vulnerabilities, Part 1: Code Injection (.PDF Download)

Because many embedded systems have not historically been connected to networks, or since it was reasonable to expect that the devices would operate in a trusted environment, there’s been relatively low risk of security vulnerabilities. However, as the Internet of Things era comes upon us, all of that has changed...

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