The folks at Project Ubertooth released the latest firmware and software recently. Now included is Bluetooth Smart (Low Energy) support which is very cool. See all the updates done and get the latest code here.
I’m excited to announce that we have an affiliate program in the works. If you want to signup as an affiliate, visit the Affiliates page to get registered right away.
We were excited to have a booth at ShmooCon and met a lot of great people out in DC. In the case that you missed us or want to get some more gear in person, we will be at a couple more conferences this year. Here is the list of upcoming conferences we will be at:
I’m excited to announce that we will have a booth at Hacker Halted this year. The speaker and presentation lineup look great so we hope to see you out there!
As we ourselves work in the information security industry, we are always on the lookout for new tools. There are a couple very cool security related tools on Kickstarter right now and we funded each of them. Check them out!
- HackRF, an open source SDR platform – Transmit or receive any radio signal from 30 MHz to 6000 MHz on USB power with HackRF.
- RFIDler – A Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator – An open platform RFID reader/writer/emulator that can operate in the 125-134 KHz range.
- LockedUSB Adapter – USB Charger Firewall & Power Optimizer – Safe and Fast USB charging on-the-go! Protect yourself against Identity Theft. Works with Lightning Connector / MicroUSB.
We had a ton of fun at DEFCON this year and thanks to everyone that stopped by! We had a couple unique items at our booth as Jared Boone from ShareBrained Technology brought his HackRF and vacuum fluorescent display demo kit and Joe Grand from Grand Idea Studio brought his new JTAGulator devices.
For those that aren’t familiar with the HackRF, it is an open source hardware project to build a Software Defined Radio (SDR) peripheral capable of transmitting or receiving a radio signal from 30 MHz to 6000 MHz. It is currently on Kickstarter so please support the project if you are interested in that type of thing.
The JTAGulator is an open source hardware tool that assists in identifying on chip debug connections from test points, vias, or component pads on a target device. We will be selling these once then next batch is made so stay tuned for those!
Lastly, we are excited to have several new business partnerships established since DEFCON so stay tuned for new hacking goodies
We are extremely excited to have have a booth at DEFCON this year. Please stop by if you are attending!
Also, we have a new banner for trade shows. Check it out.