USB armory Mk II

by F-Secure Foundry

A tiny, open source USB computer for security applications

View all updates Sep 25, 2019

The Campaign is Live

In 2014 Inverse Path launched the USB armory Mk I, the first compact USB computer for security applications 100% open hardware.

Today, now under F-Secure, we are finally launching the USB armory Mk II. The Mk II has a vastly improved design that, building on the success and support of the previous version, pushes even further the features and open source support for the ultimate portable, secure computer.

The USB armory Mk II is the smallest and only Single Board Computer to integrate both plug and receptacle USB-C ports, multiple security elements, internal flash and external microSD slot, and Bluetooth Low Energy in the tiniest of form-factors.

USB armory Mk II in enclosure

The open source support for the USB armory Mk II is outstanding, featuring a full stack of drivers, user space tools, and frameworks already available on public repositories and ready to be used for all kind of applications.

The USB armory Mk I was a success beyond our wildest expectations. Thanks to your past and future support, the USB armory Mk II pushes the envelope of open hardware and software security.

Your support for the project will allow us to create even more tools and applications to be used on the USB armory as well as other platforms.


$68,786 raised

of $20,000 goal

343% Funded!

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$149

USB armory Mk II w/ Enclosure

A tiny, open source USB computer in an injection-molded enclosure.


$35

Mk II Debug Board

This board breaks out Mk II UART, SPI, I²C, and GPIO connections to/from its application processor.


$30

32 GB microSD Card w/ Debian Image

A 32 GB microSD card pre-imaged with Debian. USB armory Mk II has a built-in flash, which is unprovisioned by default, so a microSD is not strictly necessary for booting an OS.

Credits

F-Secure Foundry

F-Secure Foundry combines decades of experience in hardware, firmware, and software security testing with mission-critical security engineering. Led by the F-Secure Hardware Security team, founded as Inverse Path in 2005, we provide industry-leading services to secure hardware ranging from consumer electronics to safety-critical industrial systems. With a vast breadth of experience in security design, testing and engineering, we are trusted by companies across the globe to assess as well as build from the ground up all kind of products and processes.


Andrea Barisani

Andrej Rosano

Daniele Bianco


TEKO

Enclosure design partner & manufacturer

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