by SecuringHardware.com

An open source FT2232H-based, multi-protocol, multi-voltage tool for hardware hacking

View all updates Oct 30, 2020

Campaign is Now Live!

by Joe Fitz

The Tigard campaign is now live!

I’ve used FTDI-based I/O boards for years, but have never found the one that fit my uses just right. In that time, I’ve fine-tuned my wish list and shared it many times, but it never magically appeared.

This spring, with newfound free time, funding from the CARES Act Payroll Protection Program, and heaps of help from Franklin Harding and Piotr Esden-Tempski, we built the device we’ve always wanted.

I hope that you find Tigard is as useful as I have found the prototypes to be in my own work and teaching, and I’m looking forward to seeing what all of you are able to reverse engineer, prototype, build, and hack with Tigard.

About the Author

Joe Fitz

securelyfitz  ·  securelyfitz  ·   Portland, OR

$78,233 raised

of $1 goal

Funded! Order Below

Product Choices



A Tigard board with wiring harnesses


Bitmagic Logic Analyzer

A Bitmagic open hardware FX2-based logic analyzer. It includes a labeled wiring harness and a 14-pin cable for connecting directly to Tigard.


Applied Physical Attacks Online Kit

Toolkit with Tigard, Bitmagic, and more - everything you need for the self-paced "Applied Physical Attacks on Embedded and IoT Systems" online course which covers the basics of hardware hacking on embedded systems. Includes access to all online lectures, labs, and supporting materials.



SecuringHardware.com offers hands-on training on hardware hacking skills geared towards security testers and product security developers.

Joseph FitzPatrick

Piotr Esden-Tempski

Franklin Harding

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