Bus Pirate in DEFCON 20 presentation

Posted on Friday, November 30th, 2012 in Bus Pirate, security, talks by DP

S3c writes to inform us that the Bus Pirate got a mention in DEFCON 20 talk on reversing smart meters. From what we were able to ascertain from the video the Bus Pirate is used to read memory devices located on the smart meter boards.

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