An Internet that is surely broken with an uncountable number of
privacy and security holes
An Internet of Things (IoT) era that
entails millions of tiny sensor nodes with data gathering functions,
back doors, and even more security holes
A multi-billion dollar data collection
industry where it's the norm to mine customer data and apply artificial
intelligence to classify and manipulate
We can only begin to imagine how the
trove of stolen, hacked, and mined data will be used against us.
It's a dismal situation.
At Mind Chasers, our mission is to improve network security
through novel approaches and open source solutions.
Private Island: Open Source FPGA platform for Network Security, IoT, & Control.
Learn more here
Recent articles related to our work:
Architecture and Code Description for the Private Island System
A summary / concise reference of ECP5UM features and capabilities as applied to the Private Island 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...
Many sites are continuing to use third-party trackers (e.g., Google Analytics) on secure pages after you log in. This article discusses issues with this practice, ways to block third party trackers, and encourages you to ask your vendors and suppliers to disable tracking once you log in.
A high level overview of the usage and configuration of the ECP5UM DCU (PCS/SERDES) for Private Island
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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May 21, 2018 ]