Coming Spring 2020
Ever try to pinout the programming lines on a frustrating BGA? Don't have an x-ray scanner handy? NosyJones helps you find hidden programming lines. Now that you know how to connect to your target, wouldn't it be nice if you didn't have to go find the right programmer? NosyJones can read & program firmware. We didn't stop there. NosyJones can power targets so you don't have to lug around a power supply. It's a System-on-Chip so the superuser can play on their Ubuntu terminal. And for those times when you just need to get away, plug NosyJones into your network and get Remote Access with SSH.
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Perform penetration testing? Responsible for securing the next generation IoT device? Security researcher looking to optimize time spent on analysis? Add NosyJones to your toolbox. NosyJones has ±50V tolerant pins so you don't have to worry about what you're plugging into. NosyJones can drive 0.8-5V so you can talk to all of your legacy systems and be ready for the future.
Stick in the wall wart provided with NosyJones and get a 10W programmable power supply. Or if you're in a pinch you can still power the supply through USB-C. Either way you'll get 0.8-50V to power your target. Controlling your targets power means that you can force brown-outs allowing you to potentially bypass security features and find programming protocols that require clean boots.
If you like our pretty RGB LED you'll love seeing all 32 I/O at the same time. If you have a 24V SPI bus, NosyJones can monitor your I/O. Whether it is SPI, I2C, or UART; NosyJones can talk over COM ports.
NosyJones is all about making your life easier by providing an easy to use graphical interface. If you find some esoteric issue for a particular target (bit shifted address lines) write a note for the next time you come across the device. Store your notes, datasheets, configs, and results to NosyJones or your PC and then feel free to save, sign and share these notes with friends and co-workers. These notes will be pulled in automatically when you scan and find a similar device. Download our IDA plugin to find out if it supports that device family. Setup a flow chart that gives you active feedback on which step you're performing.
If you find yourself on a desert island, track and control your targets remotely through SSH access into your Ubuntu terminal. Don't worry, whether it is USB-C or SSH your UI will work exactly the same. If you want your power supply to generate a 20V sine wave, you can script that out. Python, Ruby, or ANSI-C; either way we will provide module drivers. Unleash your imagination. Save some protected IP, you will have full access to this beastly SoC. You can turn NosyJones into your personal LAMP server.