Can you see your network traffic?
Can you trust what you're seeing?
Our first development board for Private Island.
Open source FPGA platform for IoT, network security &
A new level of openness and control for networking.
Recent articles related to our work:
BTC packages with thermal pads present a myriad of challenges. A recent approach to BTC PCB land pattern design is the use of an SMD Window. This article shows the construction of such a land pattern and results after reflow.
Article discusses using Python with sockets to create and deploy a honey pot for the purpose of detecting malicious activity on a network. A sample Python 3 script is provided.
A review of configurations and connector choices for systems that are compatible with an Arduino form factor.
We examine the fields within an Ethernet packet and discuss how they are processed by an open source FPGA network processor.
A description of the open source Verilog source for a SPI Slave implementation used on the Private Island Network Processor Project
A Step-by-Step cookbook to install Apache and Django using WSGI on Ubuntu Linux
This article reviews building a simple OpenCV 4 video playback application using the OpenCV Git repos on Ubuntu Linux 18.04.
A high level overview of the usage and configuration of the ECP5UM DCU (PCS/SERDES) for Private Island Open Source Project
Using the Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Bus on Private Island to access internal FPGA memory including Ethernet packets
We review the steps necessary to use OpenOCD with Darsena on Linux. Also, we build OpenOCD from source using its Git repo and run it on an Ubuntu 16.04 system making use of an Eclipse-based IDE.
Architecture and Code Description for the Private Island System
A summary and concise reference of ECP5UM features and capabilities as applied to the Private Island open source project
Big Tech has had a long history of spying on us. It's in their DNA, and updated privacy policies aren't going to change a thing...
The Serial Gigabit Media Independent Interface (SGMII) is a popular Gigabit Ethernet PHY interface, and it holds various advantages over both GMII and RGMII. This article reviews some of the core SGMII concepts with the help of oscilloscope screen shots from our Rohde & Schwarz RTO1044.
Example Python code is provided to perform basic remote operations with a Rohde and Schwarz RTO1044 Oscilloscope including waveform capture, display, and FFT.
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