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Sticky Bits » Security and Connected Devices

September 14, 2015

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A clickbait headline for this article would be something like: “The 10 secrets to save your next IoT product from cyber attacks” The author makes valid points, enumerates powerful real-life examples when things actually went wrong, and shows the mindset to apply when thinking about security in general. With the Internet of Things, we are seeing more and more […]

LimiFrog: matchbox-sized battery-powered sensor-filled dev platform, on Kickstarter

September 10, 2015

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Disclosure: I am currently employed by STMicroelectronics. The product I’ll be talking about contains many ST chips and the creator was an ST employee himself. I’ll be writing my own personal opinions, you can judge if they are biased. I received news about this Kickstarter: LimiFrog. It’s a small board advertised for developing and prototyping applications that […]

EE & CS: A JTAG/XSVF Library for Arduino

September 2, 2015

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Marcelo Jimenez wrote an Arduino library to apply XSVF patterns on a JTAG interface using the Arduino as a JTAG adapter. It is especially useful for FPGA/CPLD programming. In the example provided in the GitHub repository, the XSVF file is passed through the serial port using a client-side python script. Some time ago I started some similar […]