In this challenge, you will take on a CAN Bus challenge by analyzing a CAN Bus dump file. The Controller Area Network (CAN bus) is a message-based protocol found in the automobiles that we use today. Every action of the car is recorded into this dump file. This allows us to read vehicle operations such as turn signals and other vehicle operations.
In this month's Cybrary challenge, you will be exploring the inner workings of automobiles by analyzing a CAN Bus dump file. The Controller Area Network (CAN bus) is the black box for vehicles, recording every action taken. Depending on the model the of the vehicle different actions will appear. By reversing and recreating the actions using open source tools such as ICSIM, this allows us to read vehicle operations such as accelerations, open doors, signals, closed doors and other vehicle operations.
Who is this for:
Early career to mid practitioners. This challenge may be difficult for individuals new to cybersecurity, but the difficulty rating on this challenge is relatively low. We encourage using any internet resources and community/colleague assistance in completing the challenge.
Are write-ups permitted?
Yes, write-ups are permitted; please do not post answers directly. All write-ups should include a link to Cybrary and the Cybrary Course.
What resources are available to help solve this challenge?:
Online search, community, colleagues, or fellow practitioners.
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Certificate of Completion
Complete this entire course to earn a Cybrary Challenge: Motor Mayhem Certificate of Completion