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A Detailed Look at ‘I Think I CAN’

Abstract:

Components within modern automobiles communicate across a Controller Area Network (CAN), which has been demonstrated to be vulnerable to external adversarial attention. To better integrate effective security for the CAN protocol at the design level, the standard can be defined in temporal logic. Translating the temporal logic into a module for a real-time network emulator complements a greater goal to reduce security testing overhead. Comparing performance metrics while attempting to exploit modified CAN designs provides analysts with a readily accessible source of information as to whether a solution can be supported by module developers in industry.

Journal of Information Warfare

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