idea for a fun little security project

Felix sucotronic at gmail.com
Tue Nov 18 13:09:34 UTC 2014


>
> If making a board from scratch, I'd take two KL2x and (each can be
> USB host or device, but not both at the same time) and connect them
> to each other. There, I could use my existing firmware from Anelok,
> and teach it new tricks. Also, the KL2x pair should be smaller,
> cheaper, and may be easier to handle than an STM32.
>
>
So, a pair of MKL26Z128VFM4 (for example) and uart communication between
them should do the trick, no? I'm hoping that qfn32 is hand solder friendly
:P


>
> Uuh, I'd stay away from FTDI. If you value openness, they're not
> your friends.
>
>
Got it! ;)
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