Portable DoS Test Tool for IoT Devices. Nagara, K., Aoki, K., Matsubara, Y., & Takada, H. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Internet of Things Security and Privacy (IoTS&P), pages 57-58, 11, 2017. ACM Press.
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In the recent years, internet-of-things (IoT) devices have attracted an increasing share of attention, and the vulnerability of IoT devices has been clarified. For example, the IoT malware Mirai constructs a bot using the vulnerability of IoT equipment embedded with Linux and exploits it for distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Meanwhile, as reported in papers, examples of denial of service (DoS) attacks targeting IoT/embedded devices have emerged. Therefore, the DoS test at the stage of product design and development stage is very important. We then created an open source software (OSS) based portable DoS test tool for IoT devices.
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