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Adventures of Wallet Hacking

Thursday, Jun 9th, 2022

With his team at, Joe Grand has been hacking cryptocurrency wallets to help people recover funds they once thought were lost forever. In this photographic slideshow, Joe shares his experiences and technical challenges, including work on the Trezor One, Ledger Nano S, and Samsung Galaxy S3. [ continue ]

Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s Joe Grand

Friday, Apr 1st, 2022

For many of us, hacking stemmed from a desire to have skills and access that others didn’t have, to explore where we shouldn’t belong, and to escape from social awkwardness. Punk and the genres that followed developed from the angst of youth and discontent with the status quo. [ continue ]

Trezor One Fault Injection

Monday, Jan 24th, 2022

Fault injection, also known as ‘glitching,’ is a process to intentionally cause a system to misbehave in a way that is beneficial to an attacker. This technique is commonly used to defeat a microcontroller’s security mechanism, which is intended to protect access to its debug interface and/or internal memory/data. [ continue ]

Pizza Compass

Wednesday, Apr 28th, 2021

Have you ever wanted to find pizza no matter where you are in the world? With the push of a button, the Pizza Compass will determine your location and direct you to the nearest pizza place. It’s like a regular compass, but better! [ continue ]

Hardware Hacking Party Tricks

Thursday, Apr 22nd, 2021

The way electronic products are attacked is continually evolving. What used to be complex tasks requiring specialized equipment and/or knowledge are now possible with open source tools and resources created by hackers for hackers. We can take advantage of this widespread availability to more thoroughly break systems or to understand how our products might be approached by an adversary. [ continue ]



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