lecture: USB armory
The open source secure flash-drive-sized computer.
The availability of modern System on a Chip (SoC) parts, having low power consumption and high integration of most computer components in a single chip, empowers the open source community in creating all kind of embedded systems.
The USB armory from Inverse Path is an open source hardware design, implementing a flash drive sized computer for security applications.
The presentation explores the lessons learned in making a small form factor, high specifications, embedded device with solely open source tools, its architecture and security features such as secure boot and ARM TrustZone implementation.
Leveraging on the current maturity of the project, the defensive and offensive uses of the USB armory are also fully explored, covering topics such as the INTERLOCK application, its Genode OS support and its role and usage in identifying new vulnerabilities affecting widely deployed USB stacks.
Start time: 11:30
Room: Main Stage