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Security System RF Hacking: Decompiling Firmware Updates markclayton.
Maybe part 2 of the post will be decompiling the binaries: Just start sniffing and setting off your sensors. After reviewing the code, I think there is room for improvement in developjent sendRequest function. For the testing environment, you are looking to emulate the binaries with QEMU or something else?
The BPT boards run at baud and the older boards run at baud. Honestly if it were the industry I was in, I’d avoid American companies like the plague because of the way the law is there.
Reverse Engineering My Home Security System: Decompiling Firmware Updates : netsec
If I can get a true test environment working that’s when I’ll start with dynamic testing. Even if the developmnet mattered, it could have been a totally proprietary one. The zones are set up as rs2232 closed open in alarm with eco ohm resistor. The folks who have them rarely let them go until they have to. And even if it were and binwalk didn’t know how to identify it, it may have just wrapped other files binwalk would have pulled out. If so, a few questions: So replace the main board panel with something other than Gemini, and replace the keypads with the same manufacturers keypads, and you’ve got something less proprietary.
Welcome to Reddit, develo;ment front page of the internet. You might want to look at that if you want to use qemu-system I think it’s nicer than just qemu-static personally. Thanks for your reply. There was actually a post a while ago of exactly that if I recall, where most people said exactly that.
Just what I was thinking as I read the first part of the post. Simply adding sendRequest “08ZPE” before the call to loadPartitionData fixes the problem with the partitions not loading. Smart Home, made easy. Non-technical posts are subject to moderation.
As a side note, why doesn’t Vera have better documentation? Lua just keeps restarting over and over. Did you miss your activation email?
At least have it allowed for a specific vlan for those groups or something. It uses a small board that has an ethernet interface on it available from EyzOn – Google it which you just plug into your network. Also, have you looked for open services listening on the device like telnet or anything that could give you a shell which would ease the next steps?
Honestly I would rather not break it or physically poke and prod at it and cause an issue. Do not submit prohibited topics. Can you post a pic of the control panel? No social media posts. GitHub is blocked from my current computer so I can’t read the link, but based on the title he’s reversing something he has the rights to for the purposes of security testing.
Titles should provide context. It came with the house, but I don’t use it because the monthly service charge is a rip-off. But that’s the way specifically US law is written.
I just wish I could interface it to a server. AFAIK you’re allowed to decompile things so long as you’re not doing it to bypass copy protections. But security research has always existed in a legally grey area.