Digital Forensics on Automotive
In close co-operation with CanBusHack, the NFI is organising a two-day hands-on course on Digital Forensics on Automotive.
Modern vehicles are comprised of electronic controllers interconnected via several types of physical networks. These networks shuttle thousands of parameters across in near real-time.
After having followed this course you will (1) understand what kind of data is being sent over the CAN-bus, (2) where data may be stored and (3) how we might use standardize diagnostic protocols to retrieve stored data.
Advanced CAN Bus Techniques
Understanding Network Messaging: Normal Mode Messages
Understanding Network Messages: OSEK, VNMF, and other NM Messages
ECU Programming basics
In this course you will learn:
- What vehicle controllers are
- What vehicle controllers do
- How vehicle controllers speak to each other
- How to interact with the controllers
- Methods for simulating a controller or the vehicle around a controller
- Methods for communicating with a controller
- Methods for querying data from the controller
- Methods of modifying data
Digital investigators and traffic accident investigators from police or other government law enforcement organisations
- A general understanding of vehicle diagnostics and vehicular data networks
- Participants should bring a laptop running Windows 7 or newer
Dates and Location
Dates: October 17-18, 2017
Location: Netherlands Forensic Institute in The Hague, The Netherlands
Two consecutive days, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Number of participants
2295 euro for the two-days course (no VAT will be added)
- Certificate of attendance
- CanBusHack Training Manual (pdf)
- Simulation Hardware
- Lunch and refreshments during the seminar
Hotel and travel costs are not included.
Robert Leale and colleague (CanBusHack)
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