The Hacker Workspace http://hackerworkspace.com The Hacker Workspace en-us webmaster@hackerworkspace.com GL.iNet Wifi router vs Carambola 2 http://hackerworkspace.com/embedded/gl-inet-wifi-router-vs-carambola-2-p76.html Finally I found the perfect hardware configuration for my router: 2 Ethernet ports, Wifi and USB. My idea is to create an router which also have the posibility to connect on GSM (ZTE modem in the USB port) and also let me build an <a... 2015-03-06 10:30:01 PiFi Digi / DAC+ / HIFI Digital Audio Card for Raspberry PI B+ - http://hackerworkspace.com/embedded/pifi-digi-dac-hifi-digital-audio-card-for-raspberry-pi-b-p75.html It's suitable for Raspberry pi B+. You can setup a open music player by Volumio system. This is the DAC analog version, we will release a digital version fiber-optic coaxial interface) soon. Please refer to sku: 347529 if you are using the Raspberry Pi Model... 2015-02-27 15:34:16 Who am I - Kein System ist sicher http://hackerworkspace.com/books-mags/who-am-i-kein-system-ist-sicher-p74.html Who Am I – No System Is Safe (German: Who Am I – Kein System ist sicher) is a 2014 German thriller film directed by Baran bo Odar. It is centered on a computer hacker group in Berlin that gears towards global fame. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto.. 2015-02-27 14:47:28 Onion Pi http://hackerworkspace.com/equipment/onion-pi-p73.html Do you want to anonymize your internet requests? Then you can build a Onion Pi. Onion is just a router with tor support based on Raspbery Pi and a USB WIFI Adapter. If you don't have time to build your own, the guys from adafruit, have some of this gadgets on stock, for $89.95 ... pretty expensive.. 2013-06-26 08:01:34 Browserver http://hackerworkspace.com/opensource-projects/browserver-p72.html Browserver is a prety cool and original idea to have a HTTP server in your browser. Build with node.js with WebSocket is just relay the requests between browser and websockets and/or other HTTP servers. <br /> Any requests sent to a custom browserver address will be reverse-proxied via WebSocket. 2013-05-08 12:58:05 1080P Hidden Camera Watch http://hackerworkspace.com/gadgets/1080p-hidden-camera-watch-p71.html Do you need to spy someone? Here is a watch with HD capabilities and nightvision. The camera can record movies or audio and take still pictures even under water (30 feet). It's possible to record at 30fps true HD (1920x1080) or take picture at 12MegaPixels. It have an internal memory of 4GB and... 2013-05-08 12:34:28 KeyGrabber USB Keylogger http://hackerworkspace.com/equipment/keygrabber-usb-keylogger-p70.html An easy to use keylogger. It comes in 2 variants: 8MB (8 milion keystrokes) or 2GB (2 billion keystrokes). Is completely transparent, plug and play. It's memory is protected with an 128bit encryption. <br /> <br /> The 2GB variant costs... 2013-05-08 12:26:24 Old Arduino MEGA 2560 Board http://hackerworkspace.com/embedded/old-arduino-mega-2560-board-p67.html I know is old, but the price dropped very low ... is only $28.85. If you have old projects based on Arduino and you cannot switch to <a href="http://hackerworkspace.com/embedded/raspberry-pi-model-b-revision-2-0-512mb-p26.html">RaspberryPI</a> or <a... 2013-05-08 08:51:15 BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer http://hackerworkspace.com/gadgets/bactrack-mobile-breathalyzer-p66.html BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer lets you accurately measure how much alcohol is in your system and send the results to your iPhone/iPad. The application will be able to estimate (in time) when you are sober enough to talk with others. Also the app can take notes and pictures of your drink and can keep. 2013-05-07 21:34:32 Cubieboard - Open ARM Box http://hackerworkspace.com/embedded/cubieboard-open-arm-box-p65.html Do you want more power than raspberry PI? Cubieboard is available with following specifications: Processor 1G ARM cortex-A8 processor, NEON, VFPv3, 256KB L2 cache, RAM 1GB DDR3 @480MHz, GPU Mali400, OpenGL ES, 10/100M Ethernet, optional WiFi, 4GB NAND Flash, 96 extend pin interface, including I2C,.. 2013-05-07 16:02:43 Virtuabotix SD Card Reader/Writer for Arduino and other Microcon http://hackerworkspace.com/embedded/virtuabotix-sd-card-reader-writer-for-arduino-and-other-microcon-p64.html A cheap SD Card Reader/Writer with SPI support. If your micro-controller doesn't have SPI support, check if is possible to write the support from scratch. Is ideal for Arduino, Pic, Versalino and all projects involving video, audio, image logging activities. Is supported by Arduino builtin library.. 2013-05-07 15:46:15 LPC-Link 2 - JTAG Debugger http://hackerworkspace.com/equipment/lpc-link-2-jtag-debugger-p63.html A very cheap JTAG debugger what can be adapted to support multiple development tools. You just need to update it's firmware to know another IDE/development tool. <b>Available firmware images include:<b> <ul> <li> J-Link by Segger (only for ARM based NXP devices)</li> <li> CMSIS-DAP by.. 2013-05-07 15:34:50 3D Printer Complete Kit http://hackerworkspace.com/diy/3d-printer-complete-kit-p62.html Prusa IT3 - is a complete 3d printer kit. You will get all necessary components to build yourself the entire printer and a step by step guide. It's one of the most cheap 3d printer, and they also have support for it on their forums. <b>Features:</b> <ul> <li> 3 Options for Print layer thickness 2013-05-07 15:23:27 Mining Bitcoins with XFX HD 7950 Core Edition 800MHz 3GB DDR5 http://hackerworkspace.com/equipment/mining-bitcoins-with-xfx-hd-7950-core-edition-800mhz-3gb-ddr5-p61.html Mining bitcoins? This graphic card is a good choice for a good price. Is capable of 450MH/s and probably more if is overclocked. Down bellow I will list other other graphic cards what are not necessarlly cheaper, but are better that 7950. Note: I didn't test the graphic card myself, but according 2013-05-03 09:34:54 Circuits for the Hobbyist http://hackerworkspace.com/diy/circuits-for-the-hobbyist-p60.html Interested in electronics? Here you will find a lot of diagrams for a lot of types of circuits. A little bit old, but this resources is full of good things. Just take a look and see if you find something what you need. Let me enumerate some things from this page: <ul> <li>Amperage Booster fo 2013-05-03 09:17:49 Power Analysis for Cheapskates http://hackerworkspace.com/equipment/power-analysis-for-cheapskates-p59.html One of the best presentation at BlackHat Europe this year, in my opinion, was <b>Power Analysis for Cheapskates</b>. A lot of people are trying to find a way to simplify mathematics behind cyphers to brute force easily, but this is not the case. Power analysis is profiling routines required to... 2013-03-19 10:30:47 Super Google Chromebook Pixel (WIFI) Touch Screen 12.85" 2560x17 http://hackerworkspace.com/gadgets/super-google-chromebook-pixel-wifi-touch-screen-12-85-2560x17-p58.html <p>Google hit the market again with it's new beauty: Google Chromebook Pixel. It's sleak, is powerfull, high resolution, multitouch ... anything else ?</p> <p><b>Features:</b></p> <ul> <li>MultiTouch :)</li> <li>Resolution 2560 x 1700 in 12.85 inches</li> <li>Intel Core i5-3427U at... 2013-03-06 21:16:19 Arduino UNO R3 board with DIP ATmega328P http://hackerworkspace.com/embedded/arduino-uno-r3-board-with-dip-atmega328p-p57.html <p>I love Arduino. First because has be build with open source in mind and everything related to it is completly free. So if yu want to build your own, or adapt it to your needs, just download CAD files, modify them and build it. Another thing what I love to Arduino it is the plug an play. Just... 2013-03-06 21:04:50 Create a RoboFish with Arduino http://hackerworkspace.com/diy/create-a-robofish-with-arduino-p56.html <p> <b>Ingredients:</b></p> <p>You need 3 actuators, 2 Sharp GP2Y0D805PCB infrared sensors with digital output, 1 arduino Board, 4 batteries and common insulating material.</p> <p> <b>Build:</b></p> <p>Can be done in sveral hours if you have everything prepared. Is not a big deal. The big de 2013-03-06 19:57:08 Making a Vibrator That Listens to Your Body http://hackerworkspace.com/diy/making-a-vibrator-that-listens-to-your-body-p55.html <p>What do you do when you are not very happy with your vibrator? Probably you will buy another one, but this was not the case for Elizabeth. She build his own hands free remote controller for his vibrator. Is using Haptic technology to control it and it appears to be freaking awesome. Is like a... 2013-03-04 15:06:37