Hacking, hardware hacking

A Quick Intro To The JTAGulator

Intro A couple weeks ago Attify founder Aditya Gupta teamed up with Joe Grand to put on a free webinar about hardware hacking. I’ve been a fan of both of these guys work for a while now so when I saw it was happening I registered right away. One of their plans for the webinar was to giveaway the popular JTAGulator Joe Grand designed a couple years…

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Hacking, hardware hacking

My Start With IoT Exploitation

Intro Since I’ve been really interested in hardware hacking for quite some time I finally decided to pull apart an Archer C7 v2(rip I fried it) new target is a D-link DIR-601 and poke around a bit. I got UART easily and suspect there’s JTAG pinout but won’t know for sure until I brute force them. I obviously could just…

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Hacking, hardware hacking

GETTING STARTED WITH ARDUINO AND UART DEBUGGING ON ROUTERS

Abstract If you’ve been interested in hacking and tinkering for a while, you’ve probably heard of UART or Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter. Arduino devices have become popular amongst tinkerers and circuit benders nowadays and the Arduino UNO is dirt cheap. Aside from the LED blinking and Servo motors control, Arduino UNO has a great feature some people don’t even know about…

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