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Project Summary

Api-do is a collection of tools inspired by and extending Joshua Wright's original KillerBee. It is a martial art aspect of ZigBee networking apiculture: the Way of the Bee.

The goal is to produce methods and tools for accessing security of ZigBee and other IEEE 802.15.4 deployments and/or implementations. Specifically, the project seeks to advance the state-of-the-art in device discovery and enumeration, geographical mapping, fingerprinting, and exploitation, while providing recommendations for remediation.

“Security will not get better until tools for practical exploration of the attack surface are made available.” ("Wright's law", Joshua Wright)

This project originated from the ZigBee/802.15.4 security research at the Dartmouth Trust Lab.


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30 Day Summary

Apr 9 2016 — May 9 2016

12 Month Summary

May 9 2015 — May 9 2016
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