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A Case Study in the Security of Network-Enabled Devices
ECU Publications Pre. 2011
  • Simeon Xenitellis
  • Craig Valli, Edith Cowan University
Publication Date
1-1-2003
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publisher
MCIL
Faculty
Computing, Health and Science
School
Computer and Information Science, Centre for Security Research
RAS ID
2560
Comments
This article was originally published as: Xenitellis, S., & Valli, C. (2003). A Case Study in the Security of Network-Enabled Devices. Proceedings of 2nd European Conference on Information Warfare and Security. (pp. 357-364). University of Reading, UK. MCIL.
Abstract

It is becoming increasingly common for appliances and other electronic devices to be network-enabled for usability and automation purposes. There have been fears that malicious users can control such devices remotely. Since the installation base of such network-enabled household devices is still relatively small, we examine the types of vulnerabilities that another such applicance has, the network-enabled printer, which is commonly found in the education and business sector. In this paper we analyse the source of the vulnerabilities and present detailed threat scenarios. In addition, we examine four organisations in Australia and Europe. Based on the results of the case study, we draw conclusions on the effects of an information warfare attack using network-enabled devices as the medium.

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Citation Information
Simeon Xenitellis and Craig Valli. "A Case Study in the Security of Network-Enabled Devices" (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/craig_valli/23/