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BIOS Beagleboard xM-based USB sniffer

Discussion in 'Reverse engineering' started by storm shadow, Jul 7, 2013.

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  1. storm shadow

    Techbliss Owner Admin Ida Pro Expert Developer

    I bought a Beagleboard xM more than 2 years ago, as I wanted to make it work as a USB sniffer, based on the work of Nicolas Boichat. But at this time I didn’t manage to make it work, as my knowledge on embedded systems was quite limited.
    I have lately been working back on this, and last week during a hacking session in my local hackerspace, namely Hacknowledge (Rennes, France), I finally managed to make it work [​IMG] It produces capture files that can be opened with Wireshark!
    The following picture shows my beagleboard xM sniffing USB traffic between my Xbox 360 and a controller:
    [​IMG]
    Instructions are available in my git repository.

    source http://www.hacknowledge.org/drupal/?q=node/51
     
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  2. Nihilus

    Well-Known Member Developer

    How good is as a protocol decoder... like CDC / Mass-storage / Etc???

    Need one in my erveryday work.
     
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