HackMag selected fifteen devices enabling you to pentest everything: from mechanisms to contactless cards. This list does not include trivial tools, like screwdrivers and soldering irons, because everybody chooses them individually. Hopefully, this toolkit would be useful in your penetration testing endeavors.
The security of home gadgets is a burning topic. Botnet attacks such as Mirai affect millions of devices and inflict huge damages. Ethical hackers continue discovering vulnerabilities in popular gadgets, which manufacturers don’t rush fixing. In this article, I will tell how to check your hardware for security issues using a popular IP camera as an example. Spoiler: it is plagued by tons of vulnerabilities.
So you’ve got that flashy new high-tech gadget. It could be a smart home controller or a top-notch interactive media streaming box – the one that can tune in to thousands of channels from all over the world and make an espresso during commercial breaks. But how to find out what this gadget is doing behind your back?