Category: Hardware

Hardsploit New version of GUI, more functionalities..same hardware

Hello Hardsploit Community, We just pushed a new version of the GUI : 2.4.0  (360 ko) It contains few news functionalities : SPI sniffer UART interaction with Baud rate auto detection Few bug fixes … Installation procedure : and It

Opale Security talk at next Hack In the box conference with Hardsploit (May 2016, Amsterdam)

We are proud to announce our talk at next Hack In The Box conference in Amsterdam Hardsploit Project: An All-In-One Tool for Hardware Security Audits

It Begins: Hardsploit Production

We begin the Hardsploit Production : 1st batch of  100 Hardsploit boards 😉 If you want to be on our “Early Adopters List” please send an email to We received the PCB from our supplier 100 Hardsploit boards to be solder soon

A new smaller HardSploit Board

We have made some change and improvement to reduce the size of the electronic board

Our last hardware hacking training @HackInParis

Great training @HackInParis  

New industrial Lab for HardSploit production

Thanks to our financial Partners (Region Bretagne @regionbretagne, @BretagneBDI  , @lameito…), we succeed to update our electronic production line. The goal is to be able to produce small series @ Opale Security Lab in a more effective way A new stenciling machine & a

Hardsploit Module : Parallel memory dump

As the Hardsploit Core Framework is over, we continue with  the development of Hardsploit modules. A Hardsploit Module is like an Exploit Module for Metasploit. It’s a piece of FPGA code that have a dedicated hacking (or auditing ;-)) function; Each

Hardsploit Explained : Internal communication overview

As an image could help to understand how “things” work. Please find below a graphic that shows most of HardSploit Internal communications.

HardSploit Hardware Validated !

After few weeks of Works, we may say that the Hardsploit Hardware prototype  is validated ! Only one wire errors 😉 see screenshot below   Simple FPGA Module update function via USB is OK. Even if Bit flipping may add some stress when you debug such

Soldering with our DIY reflow oven

All components are now on our PCB prototype. We need to solder all Pins. Reflow soldering is the most common method for attaching surface components to a circuit board. Put the PCB Board in the reflow oven Our Program control the