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Introducing Serberus, a multi-headed embedded hardware interface tool

Time
June 21, 2024 2:00-2:50 PM
Location

Talk track 2

The Serberus is a multi-headed hardware hacking tool designed to easily connect to your target. It has 4 channels and has headers to interface with UART, JTAG, SPI, I2C and SWD. During this talk I will introduce the Serberus and why I felt it was necessary to create it and what makes it unique and different than the other similar tools.

The Serberus is an evolution of the TIMEP, created by a fellow Google employee a few years ago. It has a similar level shifter design to allow you to connect to any logic voltage between 1.65V and 5.5V, there is even a setting to allow you to match the voltage of your target if it is using a non-standard voltage.

The project is free and open source with all board layouts, design files and schematics published.

Patrick Kiley - Principal Consultant, Mandiant has over 20 years of information security experience working with both private sector employers and the Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). While he was with the NNSA he built the NNSA’s SOC and spent several years working for emergency teams. Patrick has performed research in Avionics security, embedded systems and Internet connected transportation platforms. He even bricked his own Tesla while trying to make it faster.