By Indrajit Ray, Manoj Singh Gaur, Mauro Conti, Dheeraj Sanghi, V. Kamakoti
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the twelfth foreign convention on details structures safety, ICISS 2016, held in Jaipur, India, in December 2016.
The 24 revised complete papers and eight brief papers provided including four invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 196 submissions. The papers tackle the subsequent subject matters: assaults and mitigation; authentication; authorization and knowledge movement keep an eye on; crypto structures and protocols; community defense and intrusion detection; privateness; software program defense; and instant, cellular and IoT safeguard.
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Org/html/rfc5906 12. : Network time protocol version 4: protocol and algorithms speciﬁcation. RFC 5905, IETF Secretariat, June 2010. org/html/rfc5905 13. : Network time protocol (version 3): speciﬁcation, implementation and analysis. RFC 1305, IETF Secretariat, March 1992. org/html/ rfc1305 14. : Computer Network Time Synchronization: The Network Time Protocol. CRC Press, Boca Raton (2006). html 15. : Adaptive hybrid clock discipline algorithm for the network time protocol. IEEE/ACM Trans. Networking 6, 505–514 (1998) 16.
Like other frequently used communication protocols and standards, CAN and J1939 are also accompanied by their fair share of security pitfalls. While attacks on the CAN protocol have been researched extensively of late [4,6,8,12,13], security aspects of the SAE J1939 speciﬁcations have been largely overlooked. More recently, Burakova et al.  attempted to replicate consumer vehicle speciﬁc attacks on their heavier counterparts by cleverly crafting, replaying and spoofing J1939 messages. g. g. Oil Pressure Gauge) to their desired levels.
As seen from Fig. 7 and Table 4, performing the attack caused regular messages on the bus to drop signiﬁcantly. 2. Low priority message count, on the other hand, dropped signiﬁcantly for both the Engine#1 (SRC: 0016 ) and the Retarder (SRC: 0F16 ) although the average drop was almost equal (˜ 65 %) for both. 2 respectively. The least amount of drop in count (for orange, red and blue lines from Fig. 4. Fig. 7. 01 (negative weak correlation). As the source address increases from 00 to F9, reduction percentages drop [weakly].
Information Systems Security: 12th International Conference, ICISS 2016, Jaipur, India, December 16-20, 2016, Proceedings by Indrajit Ray, Manoj Singh Gaur, Mauro Conti, Dheeraj Sanghi, V. Kamakoti