PoC for vulnerability in Honda's Remote Keyless System(CVE-2022-27254)
For educational purposes only. Kindly note that the discoverers for this vulnerability are Ayyappan Rajesh, a student at UMass Dartmouth and HackingIntoYourHeart.
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This is a proof of concept for CVE-2022-27254, wherein the remote keyless system on various Honda vehicles send the same, unencrypted RF signal for each door-open, door-close, boot-open and remote start(if applicable). This allows for an attacker to eavesdrop on the request and conduct a replay attack.
• 2016-2020 Honda Civic(LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, Si, Type R)
•Key fob FCC ID: KR5V2X •Key fob frequency: 433.215MHz •Key fob modulation: FSK
•FCCID.io •HackRF One •Gqrx •GNURadio
- Manufacturers must implement Rolling Codes, otherwise known as hopping code. It is a security technology commonly used to provide a fresh code for each authentication of a remote keyless entry (RKE) or passive keyless entry (PKE) system.
- Utilize a Faraday Pouch for the key fob.
- Use the PKE as opposed to the RKE, this would make it significantly harder for an attacker to clone/read the signal due to the proximity they would need to be at to do so.
Special thanks to:
• My professor :Prof. Hong Liu
• My mentor:Sam Curry
•My professor :Prof. Ruolin Zhou