Binwalk 0.4.5 Release – /dev/ttyS0

Binwalk 0.4.5 is now available. This release includes a couple of bug fixes, including a (small) memory leak, and a signature parsing bug which prevented certain signatures from loading properly. A new command line option has been added as well: –dd. This feature instructs Binwalk to extract embedded files that… Continue reading

Hardware Hacking With Python – /dev/ttyS0

In preparation for our Embedded Device Exploitation classes, I’ve just released my latest project, the Gumbi board: New Gumbi boards, fresh off the press The Gumbi board provides a flexible USB interface to the real world in the form of 64 digital I/O pins – all controllable from the comfort… Continue reading

Class Registration Now Open – /dev/ttyS0

We just opened registration for our first embedded exploitation class on June 7th & 8th, 2012! In addition to training attendees will receive plenty of goodies to take home, including a customized virtual machine, hardware hacking tools, and more. More details are available on the registration page. See you there!

School is in Session! – /dev/ttyS0

As some of you are aware, we’ve been working on creating an embedded systems hacking course. We’ve been busy lately putting together a few invitation-only classes and have gotten some great feedback from our students. The two day beginner’s course is designed to introduce students to hardware and firmware analysis,… Continue reading