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Hacking OTP/eTokens

Posted on Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 in code, hacks, LCD by the machinegeek

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Dmitry had a OTP/eToken in his gadget collection which he no longer needed. He decided to crack open the device to see what was inside and shares his findings in this blog post. He found a Microchip PIC16F913 and ICSP connect points, which allowed him to reprogram the device into a keychain-sized timer.

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One Response to “Hacking OTP/eTokens”

  1. Destate9 says:

    Ooh, that header. I feel your pain, brother. I hate it when that happens.

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