New UFO Targets: Discount STM32F Socket & Updated HALs
Updated: Jul 14
You asked, we delivered (sort of)
A long-standing request has been to make a socketed version of our targets. This is tricky because sockets are normally quite expensive, so socketed targets make the most sense for very generic devices.
With the popularity of the STM32F series, we decided to start here. We have released a socketed version of the STM32F series - this one board supports most TQFP64 devices:
You can swap between devices with a 3.3V core (such as STM32F3) and with a 1.2V core (such as STM32F4) thanks to a simple switch, which means you can support most of the devices in a TQFP64 package with this one socket board.
Scratch & Dent Sale - STM32F Socket Boards
BUT... we messed up on our first run - there was a mistake on the PCB footprint for the switch, requiring some fly wires on the front and back (oops!). These boards are functionally perfect but have some "oopsie" fly wires on them. We are selling our current "Scratch and Dent" run (qty: 20) at a steep discount of $50 instead of the regular price of $140. If you'd rather wait for the "regular" boards, we hope to have them in stock by July/August 2021.
Check out the Scratch and Dent Sale - STM32F Socket Board on our webstore to order your discounted board!
Buy a limited run (qty: 20) "Scratch and Dent" socket board at a discount of $50 (vs. $140):
MPC5676R Gets Better Integration
Catch Colin's talk featuring the MPC5676R at Black Hat USA 2021 (July 31 - August 5).
The MPC5676R is a great target for experimenting with Automotive Targets. You can find more information about automotive cybersecurity, targets and whitepapers here.
The MPC5676R is the same device that Colin will be talking about at Black Hat USA 2021 (July 31 - August 5) in his upcoming talk, which was also covered in his ESCAR 2020 paper "BAM BAM!! On reliability of EMFI for in-situ automotive ECU attacks".
Black Hat USA 2021 - Live Training
Early bird pricing ends on July 16, 2021. Space is limited!