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A Tool to Analyze Potential I/O Attacks against PCs

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Instead of making the CPU execute malware, I/O attacks exploit peripheral devices and, as such, can't be detected by traditional anti-malware techniques. The proposed multipurpose FPGA-based tool can help analyze such attacks and be programmed to mimic a malicious I/O controller, host a Trojan horse, and even apply fuzzing techniques to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited from I/O controllers or peripheral devices.

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Security & Privacy, IEEE  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 2 )