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PDA

PDA reverse engineering
Reverse engineering for your PDA.

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Palm OS Development Resources:
Here’s a fairly random list of resources which everyone developing for Palm OS needs to know about.
Projects:
Reverse engineering the Palm Address book:
Some info and programs to access the address book from a command line.
Albumtogo pictures from Linux:
Tools:
PilotManager:
PerlTk tool to synchronize Palm devices under Unix.
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Handheld

Handheld reverse engineering
This section contain info on reversing your handheld.

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GameBoy Dev’rs:
News & info related to GameBoy software & hardware development.
GameBoy Advance Dev’rs:
News & info related to GameBoy Advance software & hardware development.
NeoGeoPocket Dev’rs:
News & info related to Neo Geo Pocket software & hardware development.
Cybiko Dev’rs:
News & info related to unofficial Cybiko software & hardware development.
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Console

Console reverse engineering
Today’s consoles have an huge potential to experiment with. Unfortunately, all this potential is not officially documented. The solution is to look for some help from the reverse scene. Through the work of many reversers it is now possible for individuals to analyze and study how the hardware of the material they have purchased works.

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Pixel8’s site:
Lots of useful hardware information, including a list of ICs in the Xbox, together with links to their documentation.
Book – Hacking the Xbox:
“Hacking the Xbox” is brought to you directly by the author, a hacker named “bunnie”. The book begins with a few step-by-step tutorials on hardware modifications that teaches basic hacking techniques as well as essential reverse engineering skills. The book progresses into a discussion of the Xbox security mechanisms and other advanced hacking topics, with an emphasis on educating the readers on the important subjects of computer security and reverse engineering.
Xbox hacker:
A great site on the Xbox with a lot of information and a very good forum.
Bunnie’s adventures hacking the Xbox:
Detailed information on the hardware and rooms of the Xbox.
Projects:
Xbox Linux Project:
The Xbox Linux Project offers versions of GNU/Linux for the Xbox, so that it can be used for many tasks. Xbox Linux makes use of all Xbox hardware and is based on common Linux distros with small modifications.
XBOX Linux Cluster:
How to build an Xbox Linux cluster with three units.
Tools:
Matrix Xbox modchip:
If you want to be able to install Linux on your console or do many other experiments without definitively altering or damaging your hardware, the solution is a no solder modchip.
PS2 modchip:
If you want to be able to install Linux on your console or do many other experiments without definitively altering or damaging your hardware, the solution is a no solder modchip.
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Fun and Weird

Fun and weird
This section contain info on reversing or dismantling any kind of stuff that does not fit in any other sections.

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How Stuff Works:
Explanations about form and function in science and technology.
Projects:
Furby autopsy:
“After having Toh-Loo-Ka for about three days, and then leaving him “sleeping” for another day or two, his batteries ran out. After replacing the batteries, he no longer acted like the happy furby we’d be accustomed to being mildly annoyed by. Toh-Loo-Ka was definitely a terminally ill Furby. So we did what any bereaved furby owner would do… we cut him up and took pictures.”
The Chibi Project:
Scientific analysis of the destruction of a toy Chibi Moon figure.
The Inscrutable 8-Ball Revealed:
The reader will find a procedure for disassembling a Magic 8-Ball®. The authors caution readers not to follow or emulate these directions, as harm may ensue.
How See ‘n Says Work:
Have you ever wondered how one of these toys works? How can it make sound without a battery, and how can it have 26 different phrases stored inside? In this edition of HowStuffWorks, they will solve the mystery of the See ‘n Say!
Boogie Bass Hack:
How to make a talking fish say what you want.
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Electronics

Electronics and hardware
We tryed to put together information and resources on non documented pieces of electronic.

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Robot Projects:
A robot project source for the robotics enthusiast where you can learn how to dissect old stuff and to find and recycle useful parts.
Software / Hardware Dev’rs:
This site is dedicated to software and hardware development news in many different areas.
Projects:
Cybermaxx LCD project:
This web site is devoted to filling in the gaps in the documentation provided with the LCDs. Driver hardware designs, schematic diagrams, data sheets, parts lists, parts sources, and an account of the reverse engineering process.
Anatomy of the QX3 Microscope:
The Intel QX3 Computer Microscope contains no eyepieces, and images must be viewed through the accompanying software on the host computer that controls the microscope. Construction materials used in the assembly of the microscope are typical of those found in many modern toys.
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Software

Software reverse engineering
This section provides links to information on software reverse engineering. We encourage our visitors use their own judgment to act accordingly with the laws of where they lives. You will NOT find any illegal content here (like cracks, serials, key generators, pirated copies of programs, etc.) nor any links to sites that have this kind of content. Many topics discussed even if controversial are truly of public interest. Sometimes tutorials could blur the line between reverse engineering and cracking so be careful and use your judgement.

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Resources:
The Krobar Collection:
They truly have a huge database of information on all topics touching reverse engineering from tutorials to lists of tools. Here beginners and advanced programmers will find something to learn.
Azrael:
This site is dedicated to Reverse Engineering on windows and Unix..
Lockless:
Well organized tutorials.
Introduction to Reverse Engineering Software in Linux:
This document is an attempt to provide an introduction to reverse engineering software on Linux.
Tools:
Reverse Engineering Tools:
A very exhaustive list of professional reverse engineering tools.