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BSides Badge Config

Badges At some time in the next 6 billion years I will complete the writeup for the badges about how they were put together. For now this is just how to get your badge working at home as well as how to unlock all the challenges now that BSides Cape Town is over. For those of…

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ZaCon V Badge [2/2]: How they work

The ZaCon badges were a ton of work on the hardware side (see ZaCon V Badge [1/2]: Build Time), however they provided their own challenges on the software side as well. Since my knowledge of chipsets only extended to the Arduino the badges are essentially a complete Arduino without the UBS->FTDI breakout. This means that…

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ZaCon V: Badge Sneak Peak *update*

UPDATE: For those people that missed the friday night the code and slides are here: Slides: https://www.andrewmohawk.com/Badger Badger Badger.pptx Code: https://github.com/AndrewMohawk/zaconv/   MAGICELECTRONICBADGES Ever since I first saw something Joe Grand, Adam Laurie or the Ninja networks team built I have loved the idea of having hackable electronics. So much that every year before ZaCon…

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zacon wrap-up!

Hi Guys, I see I haven’t update this blog in ages, I’d love to say I didn’t have enough time, but it was mostly just me being.. well lazy. Zacon IV was on the 27th of October ( http://www.zacon.org.za/about.html ) and was really great, had a super time and met some great people. My talk…