echo October 1, 2018 4:18 PM

I suppose somebody should comment. I skimmed through this and my first impression was IoT security was no different from basic computer security. The only differences are really that an IoTdevice may not necessarily have data to protect or may not be updateable. Everything else seemed mostly the same although perhaps lacking in areas which are expanded more with general computer guides.

Clive Robinson October 1, 2018 5:23 PM

@ Bruce, ALL,

At 52pages it’s a little small for NIST but to much for bedtime reading today…

Might comment in a day or four 😉

r August 17, 2021 1:25 AM

and that’s why I’M here, to figure out how to not have software stolen.

mastermind, that’s ripe.

copyprotections are what i am after, obfuscation per-instance metamorphism anti debugging and integrity verification.

i’m going to sleep bro, i have tomorrow off.

i’ve got some stuff to go shopping for we can talk in person but i’m going to sleep now. lol

i know at least one of your employees now, get the girl out of your ear it will do you some good.

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