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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.
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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