This book is an introduction for the reader into the wonderful world of embedded device exploitation. The book is supposed to be a tutorial guide that helps a reader understand the various skills required for hacking an embedded device. As the world is getting more and more into the phenomenon of "Internet of Things", such skill sets can be useful to hack from a simple intelligent light bulb to hacking into a car.
Military robots are already being used in conflicts around the globe and are affecting both the decision to go to war and the means by which wars are conducted. This book covers the history of military robotics, analyzes their current employment, and examines the ramifications of their future utilization.
• Clearly identifies the links between the technological developments of the most recent innovations and the ethical and legal challenges of the future
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This book is an introduction for the reader into the wonderful world of embedded device hacking. The book focuses on the smart home controllers and teaches how to evaluate the security mechanisms provided by these controllers. The book uses Veralite Smart Home Controller as an example of depicting the methodology. The "Internet of Things" phenomenon has caught up with the home automation industry and this opens up the consumers using these smart home controllers to security issues that they never would have thought about earlier. The security issues introduced by these smart home controllers allows an attacker/burglar to control everything from an IP camera to door locks in the user's home. The aim of this book is to educate the modern day tech-savy consumers about the security issues that they need to be aware about when making choices about the smart home controllers that control pretty much everything in their homes. However, keep in mind this book is extremely technical in nature!!!
Book Information The fourth book in the bestselling Artech House EW 100 series is dedicated to reviewing legacy threats and discussing new threats which have arisen since Y2K in communications, radar, and IR threats. Like its predecessors, EW 104 presents a series of highly informative and easy-to-comprehend tutorials, along with insightful introductory and connective material that helps you understand how each aspect fits together. This reference starts with a review of the generalities of legacy threats, from the technical point of view, with a focus on what makes the new threats more challenging. Readers are provided with details of threats in three major areas – Communications, Radars, and IR Threats. Market Engineers and managers responsible for designing or evaluating communications electronic warfare systems, government defense system procurement managers, and defense contractors.
Distributed Networked Operations describes a refinement of what popularly has been called "network centric operations."Distributed networked operations envision combat conducted by large numbers of diverse, small units-rather than by small numbers of generally homogenous, large units. In theory and to a significant extent in practice in Afghanistan and Iraq, distributed networked operations involve a mixed bag of naval, ground and air units, none of which is individually as powerful as a fleet, air wing or armored division.Author Jeff Cares discusses distributed networked operations from the perspective of adaptive control theory and details implications for force structure, hardware employment, and networked competition. Jeff presents a formal model of Information Age combat and explores the civilian business applications of the theory.