My Favorite Things: Hardware Hacking and Reverse Engineering
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Favorite (Hacking) Things
I really enjoy researching and acquiring “gadgets”. Recently, I spent a little time with Eclypsium’s research team discussing which hardware and software are most useful for security research, specifically hardware and firmware. The Eclypsium team has published extensive research in the past so I thought it would be excellent for the community to get an inside peek at some of the tools we use. Seasoned security researchers will probably recognize most, if not all, of the items on the list. And for others, this may read like a shopping list!
Other / Misc
The list below complements the previous two lists in many ways. Everything from note-taking to the proper footwear is covered below:
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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Eclypsium | Supply Chain Security for the Modern Enterprise authored by Paul Asadoorian. Read the original post at: https://eclypsium.com/blog/my-favorite-things-hardware-hacking-and-reverse-engineering/Favorite (Hacking) ThingsHardwareThe ChipWhisperer from NewaeGrand Idea Studio’s JTAGulatorHak5’s Packet SquirrelSoftwareBinary Ninja’s reverse engineering frameworkOther / Misc