Connected Device Firmware Vetting and Validating for Certification Labs

Embedded firmware is notoriously difficult to validate. ReFirm’s Centrifuge lets you certify device firmware with confidence.

Centrifuge: Helping Certification Labs with Firmware Validation and Vetting

Certifying embedded firmware within a device has traditionally been a difficult task for certification labs. Device manufacturers typically will not provide testing labs with embedded firmware source code, making it nearly impossible for the labs to spot vulnerabilities or built-in backdoors. Even worse, pre-compiled third-party libraries are often used within embedded firmware source code — meaning not even the device manufacturers are fully aware of what’s in their own devices.

Here’s the good news: ReFirm’s Centrifuge platform requires no source code to examine embedded firmware. It can discover vulnerabilities and potential exploits even if the manufacturer has used third-party libraries. Centrifuge can even examine embedded firmware built using MIPS, ARM, x86_64, SuperH, QNX, and other architectures, rapidly providing a prioritized report of a device’s firmware vulnerabilities.

If you’d like to see how Centrifuge can help you vet and validate embedded firmware, request a demo today.

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The Centrifuge Platform

Automatically vet firmware images for vulnerabilities in about 30 minutes. No source code required.

 

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ReFirm Labs:
Thought Leaders

The Centrifuge Platform is the first commercial solution for detecting security flaws in connected devices.

 

NSA Veterans

As US National Security Agency veterans, the ReFirms Labs team is exceptionally qualified.

 

Expertly Tested

A new approach following years of development and teaching.

 

Binwalk Creators

The open sourced Binwalk solution is the core technology behind ReFirm Labs.