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Hardware Trojan Inserted Inside A RISC-V Based Automotive Telematics Control Unit


A new technical paper titled "On the Feasibility of Remotely Triggered Automotive Hardware Trojans" was written by researchers at Georgia Tech. "In this paper, we discuss how Hardware Trojans can act as the physical access intermediates to allow the remote triggering of malicious payloads embedded in ECUs, through seemingly benign wireless communication. We demonstrate a proof of concept ECU... » read more

Addressing Vehicle Security Vulnerabilities With Structure-Aware CAN Fuzzing System


New technical paper titled "Efficient ECU Analysis Technology Through Structure-Aware CAN Fuzzing" from researchers at Soongsil University, Korea University, and Hansung University with funding from the Korean government. Abstract "Modern vehicles are equipped with a number of electronic control units (ECUs), which control vehicles efficiently by communicating with each other through the co... » read more

Custom Versus Platform Design


The increase in [getkc id="81" kc_name="SoC"] complexity is being mirrored by a rise in complexity within the markets that drive demand for those chips. The upshot is that a push toward greater connectivity, lower power and better performance—and all for a minimal cost—has turned the pros and cons for custom design vs. platforms and superchips into a murky decision-making process. For t... » read more