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Welcome (back) Dmitry and Mike!
- O1-A visa vs an H1B visa
- Microscope and Soldering station
- Toothless consulting training
- Great Scott Intro to SDR
- CIISP certification
- GoodFET …. GreatFET
- iMX7 – A7 – NXP Freescale
- Power over ethernet
- Digilent Arty
- libFTDI, libUSB
- BBB + USBproxy
- Sniffing USB traffic with VMware
- Daisho – USB3 core
- medsec (and a NYtimes article about it)
- Katie Moussouris – responsible disclosure
- Muddy Waters
- Apple is doing bug bounty for kernel bugs
- Automotive VW emissions
- CCC talk about car stuff
- CCC – Hamburg
ru4mj12 (@ru4mj12) says
Michael Ossmann is in my pantheon of greatest hackers of all time, now it would be cool to see a collaboration on something with Bunnie!
Briefly mentioned, but is Project Daisho still ongoing? I don’t see anything recently committed to github, is the team no longer pursuing it as a platform for all things physical layer tapping?
Open hadrware SDR seems to growing, but do radios like LimeSDR and Marzipan target different applications?
BTW, aside from the BBB/UsbProxy, libftdi, libusb, there’s some cool usb software stacks for the avr (LUFA, V-USB). Also OpenVizsla is an FPGA based usb sniffer (born out of kickstarter), but not sure how complete the project is.
Hopefully some of the talks from the medsec conference will be available online!
MadeInTheUSB Nusbio says
I loved this episode about about usb, FaceDanser, GreatFet.
In a smaller category I like to mention my USB device Nusbio.net 8 GPIOs + SPI + I2C for Windows and programming languages C#, VB.NET or PowerShell (MIcrosoft .NET).
Obviously via SPI or I2C you can add ADC or DAC.
the best episode yet, perfect pair of guests. Also, Travis Goodspeed = my hero.
And LittleFuse for free fuse samples 😀
Car electrician says
Congratulations guys i think this was the best episode ever, thank you.