Saturday, February 27, 2010
Photo of the Day - KeyKeriki V2 Board
(Photo Credit - remote-exploit.org)
KeyKeriki is an opensource hardware and software project which enables every person to verify the security level of their own keyboard transmissions, and/or demonstrate the sniffing attacks (for educational purpose only). The hardware itself is designed to be small and versatile, it can be extended to currently undetected/unknown keyboard traffic, and/or hardware extensions, for example, a repeating module or amplifier.
KeyKeriki V2 is the next generation device based on an ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller. The details of these successor will be released at their talk at CanSecWest 2010 in Vancouver, Canada. The working title is “Vogelgrippe” and it will be able to capture raw “Enhanced Shockburst™” frames, therefore being able capturing keystrokes of any wireless keyboard which uses the 2.4GHz Enhanced Shockburst™ Technology. The hardware will be as tiny and handy as the first generation Keykeriki, therefore not larger than a packet of cigarettes.