6 Websites with Downloadable Firmware Images

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If you’ve been trained by TNS or are testing the Centrifuge IoT Security Platform, here’s a list of 6 websites with publicly accessible firmware images. Note that some sites may require a login and ownership of a device. Happy hunting!

Linksys Support Page – Search for a product or scroll down to see the top searched products.NETGEAR Support Page – Search for a product or choose a product category.TRENDnet Support Page – Select a Model Number or search in the “Recent Firmware” section.Belkin Support Page – Search for a product and scroll down to the “Downloads” section.Zyxel Communications Corp.Download Library – Search by Model number, then click the “Firmware” tab.Cisco Support and Downloads Page – Search a product, search by category or search by a product name.

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Are you concerned about risky, vulnerable embedded firmware in IoT devices, connected medical devices, automotive ECUs and industrial control systems? You're not alone. Since 2007, Fortune 500 companies and governments around the world have sought out Tactical Network Solutions for reverse engineering training programs, firmware evaluations, and cyber risk mitigation strategies. Clients are excited to leverage our automated firmware evaluations and consulting performed with the proprietary Centrifuge IoT Security Platform. The evals are completed with NO access to source code on compiled images containing a Linux-based root filesystem compiled for either MIPS, ARM, or X86. We also support QNX (a real-time operating system) and Docker containers. TNS evaluations have revealed thousands of hidden attack vectors including erroneously placed private crypto keys, insecure binaries with highly vulnerable function calls and other rampant security holes on embedded firmware. Our community of clients includes firmware developers, underwriters, law firms, governments and intelligence agencies worldwide who share a common goal: to discover hidden attack vectors in IoT and connected devices.
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