Description: PDF :- http://www.shmoocon.org/2012/presentations/Keith_Howell_ShmooCon-Jan-2012.pdf
Alarm panels were designed before the prevalence of wireless technology and communicate with a proprietary protocol over a two-wire bus. The bus was designed for use between alarm panels, keypads and zone expanders. However this has now been extended to communicate with wireless sensors. This presentation will reveal a method to capture the data on the bus and then later use the captured information to disarm an armed panel and open a secured area.
Trained as an Electronics Engineer by the British Army, Keith became interested in computers and began his learning path with a TRS-80 and has owned most Intel based processors since then. After joining UUNET Technologies in 1995, he started to get interested in the security of networks and computers and in 1998 joined the UUNET InfoSec team. Following the 'dot-bomb' period in 2001, Keith returned to his electronics background and began doing physical security including Access Control, Alarm Systems and Locksmithing. Keith is a CISSP as well as an ALOA CRL (Certified Registered Locksmith).
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