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Welcome to our fourth post-campaign update! In this update, we'll talk about: Shipping & production updates, downloading the User Manual, Artix A35 Production & Updates, and seeing us at COSADE, Black Hat USA, and more! Read the full update.
Welcome to our third post-campaign update! In this update, we'll talk about: Shipping & production updates, a new user manual, unexpected Husky improvements, and an update on our suspicious regulator! Read the full update.
Welcome to our second post-campaign update! In this update, we'll talk about a few of the builds we're working on, as well as the new ChipWhisperer 5.7.0 release! Read the full update.
Welcome to our big post-campaign update! We've been delayed on getting this out to you, but not delayed on the important work of getting ChipWhisperer-Husky into your hands. Lots of good updates & so far none of those dreaded supply chain delays. First, some quick highlights: Read the full update.
While our Crowd Supply campaign is almost up, we wanted to update you on our timelines and production plans, including the testing that will be done on your unit. Since we’ve already gotten the chips for our production runs, we’ve submitted orders for the two target boards (ATSAM4S & iCE40). Details below! Read the full update.
As ChipWhisperer-Husky gets close to entering the end of the campaign, we wanted to share some of the new features you'll get to enjoy. Our final update during the campaign next week will include a sneak peek at how we test units as we prepare for production. But in the mean-time, we wanted to recap what makes the ChipWhisperer-Husky so much more exciting than the previous ChipWhisperer-Lite! Read the full update.
We know many will find Husky's new "segmented capture" feature very useful. Read the full update.
In this update, we'll detail some of the new features for glitching with ChipWhisperer-Husky. Read the full update.
Since their launch several years ago, ChipWhisperer-Lite and ChipWhisperer-Pro have remained in active development. So why mess with what's working well? The main reason is that the FPGA family used in both the Lite and the Pro, Xilinx Spartan6, is getting long in the tooth. The IDE needed to develop for this FPGA is so old that Xilinx moved it to their "archive" section. The ChipWhisperer-Lite FPGA is full to bursting, which makes adding new features difficult. And there were lots of new features we had been wanting to add to ChipWhisperer-Lite. So, ChipWhisperer-Husky was born! Read the full update.