27C3: Embedded Reverse Engineering Tools and Techniques

Posted on Thursday, January 6th, 2011 in encryption, firmware, JTAG, PCBs, reversed by the machinegeek

Nathan Fain and Vadik presented at the 27C3 Chaos Communications Congress held recently in Berlin, Germany, on a topic of interest to us all: JTAG/Serial/FLASH/PCB Embedded Reverse Engineering Tools and Techniques. Check out their webpage for full documentation and analysis.

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