Hacking the farm. In this session, I’ll demonstrate tractor-sized hardware hacking techniques, firmware extraction, duplication, emulation, and cloning. We’ll be diving into how the inner workings of agricultural cyber security; how such low-tech devices are now high-tech devices. The “connected farm” is now a reality; a slurry of EOL devices, trade secrets, data transfer, and overall shenanigans in an industry that accounts for roughly one-fifth of the US economic activity. We’ll be discussing hacking into tractors, combines, cotton harvesters, sugar cane and more.