Build A Solar-Powered Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Australia Raspberry Pi can do a lot of neat things, and the server this Hacker News user built is just one of many. It runs entirely on solar power, and it comes with instructions on how you can too.
In order to explain the hack, it's necessary to understand the structure of an SD card. The information here applies to the whole family of “managed flash” devices, including microSD, SD, MMC as well as the eMMC and iNAND ...
Ensuper/ShutterstockSharing SD cards might soon be as risky as sharing USB drives. You can hack those small memory chips to perform man-in-the-middle attacks, as shown off by two researchers, Bunnie and xobs, at 30C3 (Computer Chaos Congress).
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