Recent studies have demonstrated that LiDAR sensors are vulnerable to spoofing attacks, in which adversaries spoof fake points to fool the car’s perception system to see nonexistent obstacles. However, these attacks are generally conducted on static or simulated scenarios. Therefore, in this demo, we perform the first LiDAR spoofing attack on moving targets. We implemented a minimal tracking system integrated with the spoofer device to perform laser-based attacks on Lidar sensors. The demo shows how it is possible to inject up to 100 fake cloud points under three different scenarios.

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