I recently received a contest offer from an area car dealership with an “Electronic Codekase”. Electronic. Quickly the contest paperwork was discarded and the “Codekase” investigated. Sceptical, I pulled the tab labelled “Pull Tab to Activate”. Lo and behold, the device lit up to display the code numbers allegedly matching the numbers on the discarded paperwork. After locating something to pry with, the device was cracked open to reveal the working bits of the device.
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Off to Defcon…BRB.
Those of you that believe that you’re a hacker just because you downloaded a tool and used it to get into someone’s computer or website or knock your ‘enemy’ off / get your enemy banned from the internet/video game/website, please read the following:
For the rest of you creative god minds, carry on.
That is all.
Ok, my Zipit’s WPA wireless is now working correctly. I was being dumb and was doing it wrong.
It’s all good now, through. Using apt package manager is so much easier than ipkg…and with the number of packages Debian has for the arm processor, there’s little you need to go out and cross compile.
… not that I’m not going to put gcc and make on it. <.< XD
Now that I have an optimal style for the device (Bity works quite well on the 320×240 screen), I can set to figuring out what all else I want on it.
…I might need to move up to an 8GB microSD card. o.o
Managed to jump on the bandwagon with the ZipIt hackers. Purchased a ZipIt Z2 from E-Bay and flashed it with a new linux kernel. Now I can boot the thing from a microSD [in a miniSD adapter] and run Debian! :D
In fact, I’m posting this from the device itself. WEP works ok…just have to get WPA working better and I’m set.
More info to follow!