Awesome List Updates on Jul 28, 2016
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1. Awesome AutoIt
Syntax Highlighter / OpenOffice
- PrismJS - Added AutoIt since version 1.1.0
2. Awesome Dotnet
- FsShelter (⭐1) - F# library for authoring Apache Storm components and topologies. Offering high-level abstractions for distributed and fault-tolerant event stream processing.
- Limebean (⭐28) - Hybrid ORM which uses SQL fragments and doesn't require Model Classes.
3. Awesome Opensource Documents
Subjects / World Wide Web
- RESTful API Guidelines (Site, cc) - Comprehensive, "API First" design guidelines developed by Zalando
4. Awesome Dtrace
- Dynamic Tracing Guide - Illumos.org DTrace guide.
- DTrace: Dynamic Tracing in Oracle Solaris, Mac OS X, and FreeBSD - Official DTrace book.
- Dynamic Tracing with DTrace & SystemTap - A book introduces both DTrace and SystemTap.
- pid provider: entry probe - DTrace PID Provider.
- pid provider: entry arguments - DTrace PID Provider Arguments.
- pid provider: return - DTrace PID Provider return.
- pid provider: instructions - DTrace PID Provider Instructions.
- pid provider: overhead - DTrace PID Provider Overhead.
- pid provider exposed - PID providers internals by Adam Leventhal.
- When magic collides - PID provider bug deep dive by Bryan Cantrill.
- USDT Providers Redux - Reference for building USDT providers in custom applications.
- dtrace.conf 2016
- (Useful!) DTrace intro
- CTF Everywhere!
- Distributed DTrace
- DTracign Apps
- DTrace and JSON: Together at last!
- ASSERT() as a DTrace probe (and why I need some help)
- Implementing (or not) fds in FreeBSD
- DTrace Performance Improvements with Always-on Instrumentation
- D language improvements
- D Syntactic Sugar
- DTrace and Go
- DTrace and Postgres
- DTrace in the Zone
- DTrace ustack() performance improvements
- DTrace Exploitation
Programming languages / Lua
- lua-usdt (⭐6) - Libusdt bindings for Lua.
Programming languages / Python
- python-usdt (⭐7) - Libusdt bindings for Python.
Tools / Ruby
- DTraceToolkit - A collection of useful documented DTrace scripts.
- pgsql tools (⭐129) - Report top-level PostgreSQL stats.
- portsnoop (⭐3) - Trace event port activity.
- storage tools (⭐31) - Report NFS, CIFS and iSCSI stats.
5. Awesome Shell
- aliases (⭐442) - Contextual, dynamic, organized aliases for bash
6. Awesome Vehicle Security
- Tesla hackers explain how they did it at Defcon - Overview of DEFCON 23 presentation on hacking into Tesla cars.
- DEFCON Car Hacking Village - Car Hacking exercises from DEFCON 24.
- OWASP Internet of Things Project - OWASP's project to secure IoT, from cars to medical devices and beyond.
Who to Follow
- Justin Seitz: Author of Black Hat Python (No Starch Press).
- Hackaday: Collaborative project hosting for hackers - there are frequently car projects on here.
Podcasts and Episodes / Podcasts
- TrustedSec Podcast - From the people at TrustedSec, leaders in Social Engineering, their episodes often go into recent vehicle vulnerabilities and exploits.
- Security Ledger - A podcast focusing on interviewing security experts about topics related to security.
Podcasts and Episodes / Episodes
- Big Bugs Podcast Episode 1: Auto Bugs - Critical Vulns found in Cars with Jason Haddix - Jason Haddix explores major vulnerabilities found in cars.
- Hacking Under the Hood and Into Your Car - Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller discuss with NPR how they were able to hack into vehicles.
- Hacking Connected Vehicles with Chris Valasek of IOActive - Chris Valasek talks about hacking into connected vehicles.
Miscellaneous / Episodes
- CANtact - "The Open Source Car Tool" designed to help you hack your car. You can buy one or make your own following the guide here.
- Freematics OBD-II Telematics Kit - Arduino-based OBD-II Bluetooth adapter kit has both an OBD-II device and a data logger, and it comes with GPS, an accelerometer and gyro, and temperature sensors.
- GoodThopter12 - Crafted by a well-known hardware hacker, this board is a general board that can be used for exploration of automotive networks.
- USB2CAN - Cheap USB to CAN connector that will register a device on linux that you can use to get data from a CAN network.
- Red Pitaya - Replaces expensive measurement tools such as oscilloscopes, signal generators, and spectrum analyzers. Red Pitaya has LabView and Matlab interfaces, and you can write your own tools and applications for it. It even supports extensions for things like Arduino shields.
- ChipWhisperer - A system for side-channel attacks, such as power analysis and clock glitching.
- HackerSDR - A Software Defined Radio peripheral capable of transmission or reception of radio signals from 1 MHz to 6 GHz. Designed to enable test and development of modern and next generation radio technologies.
Applications / Episodes
- Kayak - Java application for CAN bus diagnosis and monitoring.
- UDSim (⭐226) - GUI tool that can monitor a CAN bus and automatically learn the devices attached to it by watching communications.
- RomRaider - An open source tuning suite for the Subaru engine control unit that lets you view and log data and tune the ECU.
- O2OO - Works with the ELM327 to record data to a SQLite database for graphing purposes. It also supports reading GPS data. You can connect this to your car and have it map out using Google Maps KML data where you drive.
Libraries and Tools / Python
- c0f (⭐78) - A fingerprinting tool for CAN communications that can be used to find a specific signal on a CAN network when testing interactions with a vehicle.
Libraries and Tools / Go
- CANNiBUS (⭐99) - A Go server that allows a room full of researchers to simultaneously work on the same vehicle, whether for instructional purposes or team reversing sessions.
- Tesla - Tesla hires security professionals for a variety of roles, particularly securing their vehicles.
- Intrepid Control Systems - Embedded security company building tools for reversing vehicles.
- Rapid7 - Rapid7 does work in information, computer, and embedded security.
- IOActive - Security consulting firm that does work on pentesting hardware and embedded systems.