Simple stepping an ATmega with a FPGA

As continuation of the post about the internals of the clock of an ATMega, I decided to test the possibilities of simulating a clock using a FPGA, in particular using my loyal mojo development board.

Resurrect an old vulnerability: CVE-2014-4699

With this post I want to accomplish a few objectives:

Studying ATMega's clock

As any computing device based on transistors and flip-flop, a microcontroller needs a clock to give the “rythm” for the cpu and peripherics. In particular for the ATMega328p the clock distribution is the following

Getting started to reverse AVR code


Sending command to an Anet A8 3d printer by the serial port with python

Since last year I have an Anet A8, a 3d printer received from China as a kit and that I use as you can expect to print 3d models and experiment with this technology.