Registration for our three day Hardware Hacking Workshop is now live! Our first class is February 16, 2016, but other dates are available as well. Be sure to sign up while there’s still room, and enter our contest to win FREE registration!
Until then, here’s a little taste of what we’ll be doing in class:
Since starting our in-seat Embedded Device Exploitation class, we’ve been getting queries about offering the class online.
Well, good news: it’s coming! But, we need to gauge interest before deciding to go all-in, so if you want to see EDE offered online, go to www.edetraining.com and submit your email address. We’ll notify you as soon as online registration is available!
Binwalk version 2.0 is currently under development. This is a fundamental re-design which makes binwalk more modular and easier to extend.
Scripting is easier, plugins are easier – basically everything is easier.
New features, plus Python3 support (and possibly even a Windows package) are also in the works.
The only down side is that the 2.0 release will break backwards compatibility with the 1.x API. Ultimately this is a good thing as the 1.x API has gotten messy, but initially changes such as these are always painful for those relying on the older API, and for that I apologize.
Once 2.0 is stable enough to be merged into the master branch, the wiki and documentation will begin to be updated to reflect the new API.