See you at 28c3

I’ll be giving a talk at 28c3 this year on December 29 at 6:30PM about a Man in the Middle attack on HDCP that I discretely embodied within the NeTV. The sharp fellows at rootlabs noticed the trick and disclosed the attack in a blog post from September, which was further elaborated by The Register. I will disclose all the naughty bits about the attack’s implementation in my talk this December.

Now that I have departed chumby, I will produce an open-source version of NeTV to support developers & OEMs through my Singapore-registered company, Sutajio Ko-Usagi. Adafruit.com is currently taking pre-orders. Thank you Phil and Limor for taking the time during peak season to get the product up on your website! You guys rock.

Stay tuned for more…

8 Responses to “See you at 28c3”

  1. uair01 says:

    Aaargh … I’m jealous. I couldn’t get a ticket. Congratulations to you!

  2. [...] Bunnie, maker of the NeTV @ 28c3, Bunnie writes – I’ll be giving a talk at 28c3 this year on December 29 at 6:30PM about a Man in the Middle attack on HDCP that I discretely embodied within the NeTV. The sharp fellows at rootlabs noticed the trick and disclosed the attack in a blog post from September, which was further elaborated by The Register. I will disclose all the naughty bits about the attack’s implementation in my talk this December. [...]

  3. griffon says:

    Why did you depart chumby if I may ask?

  4. Grey says:

    Glad to have had you on board with Chumby, making it such a unique product. I am looking forward to see what other products you’ll be able to influence and design/produce (:

  5. denmike says:

    Just wanted to congratulate you on the NeTV. Brilliant work!

  6. schobi says:

    Finally, the recordings of 28c3 are online. Interesting talk and an amazing project! Thank you for sharing!

    I’m surprised about the forced manipulations of the i2c bus – you could have cut the bus and built a selective forwarding logic in the FPGA (low from one side outputs low on other side). A current limited overdrive circuit sounds scary! That way you could directly query the TV on your own and fill a BRAM with your preferred modes.
    Lack of pins? Relics from prototypes? Out of time?

    • bunnie says:

      The overdrive circuit isn’t scary to me :) I’ve designed a few I/O pad drivers in my time. If these pads can drive I2C and handle an ESD hit, they’ll be just fine with a few microseconds of overdrive!

  7. Ben Combee says:

    Sorry to hear that you’ve left Chumby, but given their current direction as a software service more than a hardware platform, it makes sense. I’ve not forgotten about the NeTV I got — just been busy with webOS work. However, today’s a holiday for us, so I’m trying out some new hacks!