Behind the Man-in-the-Middle Attacks For Connected Cars: Real-Life Interception of Network Traffic Between Connected Car and Back-End Platforms

Image 1: Connection of the car to external OEM back-end and third-party back-end platforms, representing emerging cyber-risks to connected cars

What is a MITM attack? How does it work on a connected vehicle?

Image 2: Scheme of a Man-in-the-Middle attack
Image 3: Man-in-the-Middle attack for connected cars
  • jamming the 3G/4G signals of nearest base stations
  • creation of Faraday garage for the car’s cellular modem

What are the consequences of a MITM attack for a connected vehicle?

How can you prevent MITM attacks?

Image 4: The purpose of pen-testing

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