Api-do and ApiMote
Api-do is a collection of tools inspired by and extending Joshua Wright's original KillerBee - a Python-based framework and tool set for exploring and exploiting the security of ZigBee and IEEE 802.15.4 networks. KillerBee, which has undergone major updates by TCIPG alums Ricky Melgares and Ryan Speers, was the main toolkit of the Api-do project. River Loop Security, founded by Melgares and Speers, contributes to the open-source and security community through the continued development of KillerBee.
TCIPG alum, Ryan Speers, led the desigh of Api-Mote, an open-source hardware designed to provide companies using ZigBee/802.15.4 with purpose-designed hardware to self-assess their wireless security posture. Designed specifically with security researchers and assessors in mind, Api-Mote is supported by the KillerBee software toolkit and GoodFET.