Hyunjae Kang, Byung Il Kwak, Young Hun Lee, Haneol Lee, Hwejae Lee, and Huy Kang Kim (Korea University)

Cybersecurity competitions can promote the importance of security and discover talented researchers. We hosted the Car Hacking: Attack & Defense Challenge from September 14, 2020 to November 27, 2020, and many security companies and researchers participated. To the best of our knowledge, it is the first competition to contest both attack and detection techniques on an in-vehicle network, specifically Controller Area Network (CAN). The participants developed various injection attacks and high-performance detection algorithms based on the real vehicle environment. Rule-based and ensemble tree-based models dominated the final round. Also, time interval and data byte patterns worked as major features to detect attacks.

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CANCloak: Deceiving Two ECUs with One Frame

Li Yue, Zheming Li, Tingting Yin, and Chao Zhang (Tsinghua University)

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Demo #4: Attacking Tesla Model X’s Autopilot Using Compromised...

Ben Nassi (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev), Yisroel Mirsky (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Georgia Tech), Dudi Nassi, Raz Ben Netanel (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev), Oleg Drokin (Independent Researcher), and Yuval Elovici (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) Best Demo Award Winner ($300 cash prize)!

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Andreas Unterweger, Fabian Knirsch, Clemens Brunner and Dominik Engel (Center for Secure Energy Informatics, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, Puch bei Hallein, Austria)

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Bo Yang (Zhejiang University), Yushi Cheng (Tsinghua University), Zizhi Jin (Zhejiang University), Xiaoyu Ji (Zhejiang University) and Wenyuan Xu (Zhejiang University)

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