Author Topic: B1ON and G1ON. Has anyone tried to hack these yet?  (Read 997 times)

key-bored

B1ON and G1ON. Has anyone tried to hack these yet?
« on: January 09, 2017, 04:20:01 PM »
Thinking about a B10N to try out.  Cheap and powerful, right? 
But gosh, it seems it's just begging to be messed with.
Anyone been down this road before?  Any knowledge to pass on?
While disassembling the algorithms might be a bit much, maybe repacking and doping with some controls might work.


KB
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ElectricDruid

Re: B1ON and G1ON. Has anyone tried to hack these yet?
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2017, 05:26:23 PM »
What makes you say it's begging to be messed with?

Although the B1on and G1on can accept firmware updates over USB, aside from that I don't see any way much to change what's inside. And without the original firmware to start with, that's going to be major work to recreate. Assuming their firmware isn't encoded somehow, and there's a disassembler available for whatever chip they've used, it might be possible..but "begging to be messed with"? Not in my book.

Or did you mean something else? I sometimes grab a stick by the sticky end...;)

Tom