DC Rainmaker covered the presentation in the article "No, Zwift Racing Wasn’t Hacked. Yet. Sorta. Let Me Explain.". Speaking with Ray about the project was great. He had a long career in IT and really did well explaining what the presentation does, and does not, mean to Zwift and other virtual cycling platforms.
- PDF slides of the presentation.
- Presentation video: Recorded by Cameron Saman. Great to have until the DEF CON conference recording gets published.
- Demo video
- Follow-up webinar: In mid-September I'm going to do a follow-up webinar based on the DEF CON talk so I can go a little more in-depth and share the content with people who couldn't attend DEF CON.
- Motherboard, the tech branch of Vice, published an article "Hacker Discovers Way to Cheat in Zwift, the Virtual Bike Racing Exercise Game" by Joseph Cox. He actually interviewed Brad Dixon and Mike Zusman so I'd suggest that his article is the best of the ones that have been published.
- usbq.org: USB hacking toolkit built for man-in-the-middle hacking USB. You'll need to install and configure USBQ and this site has the instructions.
- Source for ELANCE plugins for USBQ that fiddle with Zwift sensor data.
- References to a bunch of articles about cycling, Zwift, virtual cycling, and links to the ANT+ protocol documentation. You'll have to join the ANT+ developer program to access their documents but it is free.
- Be sure to watch Keith Wakeham's ANT+ sensor spoofing demo video. He took a different approach by fully emulating the ANT+ sensors using a Nordic Semiconductor reference board. Awesome work!
Brad Dixon will be presenting "Cheating in eSports: How to Cheat at Virtual Cycling Using USB Hacks" at DEF CON 27 on Sunday August 11th 2019, 2pm in Track 2.