Pastilda: Open-source Hardware Password Manager

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Jun 28, 2017

Pastilda Project Progress

Hi, dear backers!

The Pastilda project has been moving along since the campaign ended on the 4th of April. According to the manufacturing plan published on our CrowdSupply page the development stage takes three months (one month for hardware and two months for software development). By this timeline, the release day will be the 4th of July. Unfortunately our previous update mistakenly stated that the release day is the 4th of June. This was an unfortunate error and we are very sorry about that.

We have now completed software development. We have created a public repository on bitbucket.org with release 1.0.

Unfortunately, while debugging, we discovered a hardware problem related to upgrading firmware with DFU. Due to this, we were forced to produce a revision 1.1 of the hardware. This issue has forced us to postpone the release date to 18th of July.

Note that after release date it will take eight weeks for manufacturing and one week for testing just as described in the manufacturing plan.

Thanks for your patience!

ThirdPin Team.

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An open-source hardware, designed to manage the credentials in handy and secure way.


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We develop and produce electronic devices, as well as provide technical support to our customers. Our company provides such services as design, circuit development, SHF and software. A key focus of our activities is engineering of hardware-software systems and tools for their effective debugging and testing. Furthermore, we have extensive experience in radar systems, ship control systems and power supplies development. Founded in 2011, we have successfully completed over than 30 projects.


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Dmitry Shishov

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Pavel Vorobyov

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