JJShortcut took one of the webkey USB devices his school was discarding and decided to reverse engineer it. The device plugs into the USB port on a PC and when its on-board button is pushed it opens the computer’s web browser, directing the user to a specific URL.
He found that the heart of the device was a 24C02 EEPROM containing the URL data. Using the Bus Pirate he was able to read the EEPROM and reprogram it with the URL of his choice.
You can get your own Bus Pirate for less than $30.
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