Princeton IoT Inspector
Princeton IoT Inspector is an open-source desktop tool to automatically discovers IoT devices and analyzes their network traffic.
- Operating system: Linux (or Mac OS)
The official installation guide can be found on the official web-page
Here a tutorial on how to install the IoT-Inspector on the Raspberry Pi: Princeton IoT Inspector: Installation on the Raspberry Pi
Start IoT Inspector
Launch the IoT Inspector:
cd ~/princeton-iot-inspector/ ./linux-start-inspector.sh
You should be greeted with following screen:
=========================== Princeton IoT Inspector =========================== View the IoT Inspector report at: https://inspector.cs.princeton.edu/persistent/xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx This is your private link. Open it only on trusted computers. Hit Control + C to terminate this process and stop data collection.
visit the website from the previous output from any device
Under "My Devices" you will find all connected devices on your network
You can now click on the device you want to monitor with the checkbox,
Or if you want to monitor all devices you can select "monitor all devices"
Now it will get the network data
you can view it under "network activities"
Connect the camera to the network, click "monitor device" in the iot-inspector dashboard.
Now it will arp spoof the connection and log the network traffic.
We can analyze the connected IPs more closely when clicking on "communication endpoints"
We can observe, that the alarm base station is very talkative.