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I2C injection with the Bus Pirate

Posted on Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 in Bus Pirate, hacks by DP

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David Um writes:

I decided to create a simple lab involving an Arduino Uno, in this case a SparkFun RedBoard, and a BlinkM LED that can be controlled over I2C. The Arduino would have a simple sketch that will update the color of the BlinkM and using a Bus Pirate I would then sniff traffic that is occurring between the BlinkM and the Arduino. I would also like to study the process involved in using the Bus Pirate to inject messages to take control of the BlinkM and have it change to a different color. I’m not blowing anyone’s skirt up with this, but I gotta start out somewhere.

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