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Blackhat video: deconstructing a secure processor

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

This video of Chris Tarnovsky's 2010 Blackhat Conference was recently posted. Chris is with Flylogic Engineering, LLC, which conducts security analyses of semiconductors. He describes the presentation, "From start to finish, we will walk through how a current generation smartcard was successfully compromised. The talk will discuss everything that was...

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Atmel AT90SC3232CS smartcard destruction

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Flylogic is known for their skills in reverse engineering chips. They were familiar with Atmel smartcards AT90SC3232 and AT90SC3232C and assumed that the AT90SC3232CS was similar but with an extra IO pad. They discovered the AT90SC3232CS is a completely new design based on the larger AT90SC6464C device, Get all the...

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Bus Pirate: Sniff smartcard transactions

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

Philippe has been documenting his Linux Bus Pirate adventures, including a tutorial on sniffing different smartcard protocols: I just tried out my brand new bus pirate on a little project to sniff smartcard transactions (ISO7816). I could happily use the recent raw BRG handling in UART mode and I'm providing...

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