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Because reading diffs is hard: truecrypt 7.1a v.s. 7.2 on github: https://github.com/warewolf/truecrypt/compare/master...7.2 …
Related #BadUSB @travisgoodspeed's USB fuzzing framework, the FaceDancer: http://travisgoodspeed.blogspot.com/2012/07/emulating-usb-devices-with-python.html …
My point is: there *are* things folks w/o MCU reverse engineering skills can do. You can still do cool things w/ flash drives.
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I swear to god I hope nobody really thinks that.
... I'm also getting rather tired of people being shitbags to each other. Can we place nice? Please?
Jesus fucking christ people, can we PLEASE stop publicly announcing how much we hate X individual for Y thing? This isn't elementary school.
Trying to reverse engineer ARM code, when you don't know ARM is stupid. Looking for book suggestions on arm arch & assembly. Pls RT :)
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