JTAG may be almost 30 years old with little change, but that doesn't mean most people really understand what it does and how. This workshop will start with a brief introduction to what JTAG really is, then quickly dive into some hands-on practice with finding, wiring, and finally exploiting a system via JTAG.
For this workshop, we'll target a Raspberry Pi with an ARM microprocessor. In order to interact with the system, we'll use a JTAG interface cable from FTDI. We won't do any hardware modifications, but we will hook up wires in weird and wonderful ways to make the Raspberry Pi do things it otherwise shouldn't.
Sunday, February 28th, 2016 1pm
at Control-H, 7608 N. Interstate, Portland, OR 97217
Instructor: Joe FitzPatrick
Free, (donate to Ctrl-H if you can!)
Limited to 20 people (or groups of people)
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
No equipment needed, everything is provided.
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