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Watch a shop tour through the screen of an oscilloscope

[Alan] posted a video tour of his electronics shop, but you’ll be viewing it through the green screen of an oscilloscope. The image above is a video camera filming a scope screen which displays the image of…. an oscilloscope (insert your own Yo Dawg meme here). But first he shares the technique he uses to …

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Stop Hackers Before They Attack

Hacktivism, Identify Theft, Financial Gain, Cyber War – regardless of motivation, stopping today’s hackers requires a new proactive approach to protecting endpoints.

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Machine learning lets micro decode your handwriting

This rig will take the letters you write on the touchpad using a stylus and turn them into digital characters. The system is very fast and displays near-perfect recognition. This is all thanks to a large data set that was gathered through machine learning. The ATmega644 that powers the system just doesn’t have the speed …

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TI Launchpad as AVR ISP programmer

[Minifloat] is using his TI Launchpad development board as an In-System Programmer for AVR chips (translated). There are a ton of homebrew AVR programmers out there, and using an Arduino for ISP is quite popular. But recently we searched for a way to use the Launchpad as a programmer and didn’t find one. We’d venture …

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TI Launchpad as AVR ISP programmer

[Minifloat] is using his TI Launchpad development board as an In-System Programmer for AVR chips (translated). There are a ton of homebrew AVR programmers out there, and using an Arduino for ISP is quite popular. But recently we searched for a way to use the Launchpad as a programmer and didn’t find one. We’d venture …

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BASIC for some beefy AVR chips

klBASIC is a BASIC interpreter written in C for AVR microcontrollers. [Karl Lunt] developed the project based on an assembly language BASIC interpreter for 68HC11 chips written by [Gordon Doughman]. The transition from assembly to C bulked up the code, so you’ll need a beefy AVR chip in order to store all of it. The …

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Suppressed data on mutant H5N1 human-killer virus PUBLISHED

Information wants to be free
Strains of bird flu that could spread among humans have been created in the lab – and now full details on just how this was done have been published openly, raising fears that the research could be used by terrorists to cra…

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The 10 Worst Web Application-Logic Flaws that Hackers Love to Abuse

Hackers are always hunting to find business-logic flaws, especially on the Web, in order to exploit weaknesses in online ordering and other processes.

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Hackers have breached top secret MoD systems, cyber-security chief admits

Shaw said the UK had to develop an array of its own cyber-weapons because it was impossible to create entirely secure computer systems.

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Hackerspace intros: Null Space Labs in Los Angeles California

[Charlie] from Null Space Labs in Los Angeles, California sent in this fun little video as an introduction to their hackerspace. Going a bit ¬†askew from the traditional “walk through” method of a tour, they decide to first attempt semi-successfully to fly a quadcopter, film some police commotion, then show off some projects in progress. …

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