Modern cars are more computerized than ever. Think infotainment and navigation systems, Wi-Fi, automatic software updates, and other innovations that aim to make driving more safe and convenient. However, vehicle technologies haven not kept pace with today's more hostile security environment, which might leave millions of cars vulnerable to attack.
The Car Hacker's Handbook will give you a profound understanding of the computer systems and embedded software in modern vehicles. It begins by examining vulnerabilities and providing detailed explanations of communications over the CAN (Controller Area Network) bus and between devices and systems.
Once you have an understanding of a vehicle's communication network, you will learn how to intercept data and perform specific hacks to track vehicles, unlock doors, glitch engines, flood communication, and more. With a focus on low-cost, open source hacking tools such as Metasploit, Wireshark, Kayak, can-utils, and ChipWhisperer, The Car Hacker's Handbook will show you how to:
- Build an accurate threat model for your vehicle
- Reverse engineer the CAN bus to fake engine signals
- Exploit vulnerabilities in diagnostic and data-logging systems
- Hack the ECU and other firmware and embedded systems
- Feed exploits through infotainment and vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems
- Override factory settings with performance-tuning techniques
- Build physical and virtual test benches to try out exploits safely
If you are curious about automotive security and have the urge to hack a two-ton computer, make The Car Hacker's Handbook your preferred choice.
A Comprehensible Guide to Controller Area Network by Wilfried Voss represents the most thoroughly researched and most complete work on CAN available in the marketplace.
Controller Area Network (CAN) is a serial network technology that was originally designed for the automotive industry, especially for European cars, but has also become a popular bus in industrial automation as well as other applications.
The CAN bus is primarily used in embedded systems, and as its name implies, is a network technology that provides fast communication among microcontrollers up to real-time requirements, eliminating the need for the much more expensive and complex technology of a Dual-Ported RAM.
This book provides complete information on all CAN features and aspects combined with a high level of readability.
Manufacturers of agricultural, construction, and other off-highway equipment are increasingly deploying electromechanical actuators instead of hydraulic actuators, the primary reason being their simplicity and environmental benefits. Now, intelligent electromechanical actuators that support the Controller Area Network (CAN) bus networking standard give designers more reasons to choose such a solution. Support for the CAN/J1939 networking protocol [...]
Basically, there are two scenarios where a CAN Bridge application is of use:1. Connecting two separate CAN Bus networks.2. Network length extension.While the first scenario is more or less self-explanatory, let's look a little closer into the network length extension: The physical CAN network length depends primarily on the CAN baud rate, i.e. the higher [...]
A note upfront: The CAN interface board for the Raspberry Pi as described in the following, specifically the firmware code, is under current development. The hardware is ready for production, and the release is targeted for end of February 2017.This post is a follow-up on a previous post Raspberry Pi With CAN Bus Or SAE J1939 [...]
A note upfront: The CAN interface board for the Raspberry Pi as described in the following, specifically the firmware code, is under current development. The hardware is currently in production, and the release is targeted for the end of February 2017. If you have a special interest in running the SAE J1939 protocol on the Raspberry [...]
The PiCAN2 board series by Copperhill Technologies provides CAN Bus capabilities for the Raspberry Pi 2 or 3. The boards (with the exception of the dual isolated interface) use the Microchip MCP2515 CAN controller in combination with the MCP2551 CAN transceiver. There is an easy to install SocketCAN driver, and programming can be accomplished in C [...]
When working on a CAN bus or SAE J1939 project, it can be extremely helpful when the expected CAN Bus data traffic can be simulated rather than connecting your system to a running vehicle or automation control. The following project does exactly that with little effort for designing CAN data frames and their frequency. As [...]
The SAE J1939 ECU Simulator Board With USB Port by Copperhill Technologies provides a powerful, yet easy-to-manage connection to a J1939 network, allowing the reception, monitoring & analysis, and transmission of PGNs (Parameter Group Numbers) as defined by the SAE J1939-71 Standard. The gateway supports the full SAE J1939 Standard, including Network Management (Address Claim, SAE J1939/81) and [...]
It seems to be an obvious statement, but there are many applications for the Arduino Due that require high-speed communication in a range that goes beyond regular UART baud rates, i.e. several Mbits/sec. Naturally, USB comes to mind, but surprisingly there are some obstacles when it comes to accessing the Arduino Due's USB ports. The [...]
Bosch Automotive Electrics and Automotive Electronics: Systems and Components, Networking and Hybrid Drive
This book represents a complete reference guide to automotive electrics and electronics. This new edition is the definitive reference for all automotive engineers, and it has been compiled by one of the world's largest automotive equipment suppliers, the Robert Bosch GmbH. The book also includes new and updated material.As in previous editions, the various topics [...]