GD32VF103 and its possible use for GnukGD32VF103, which comes with RISC-V core, is cheap and fast.
I ported Chopstx to GD32VF103, and am considering if it's good to port Gnuk.
Last month, when I found riscv-openocd merged the support of GD32VF103, I tried to use the debugger interface.
And... for my version (which I bought from Seeed), the Longan Nano, I can access its flash ROM content.
If my analysys is correct, it's a kind of matter for CVE, I suppose.
With help of my Chinese friends, I try to contact the vendor.
Happy Chinese Holiday Season!
Alexandre Oliva likes this.And then, I was informed for this having many CVEs:
Well, mine is independent, and more easier to be attacked.
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Supporting Ed448 (GnuPG)I pushed the change to support Ed448 to GnuPG master:
Bouncing GnuPG LogoIt's running on the Longan-Nano board with RISC-V MCU named GD32VF103 (Bumblebee core).
I took a video, but I don't know how we can share a video with free software friendly way.
So, it's an image only for now.
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- GnuPG 2.2.17 is out.
This includes a important change to access key retrieval from WKD (Web Key Discovery).
For example, you can fetch my by:
$ gpg --locate-key firstname.lastname@example.org
- WKD for debian.org is available now:
So, I'm going to setup WKD on fsij.org.
I need a hole for the metal case
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Smartcard ATR by Sigrok with Saleae Logic 16This is a pulseview window of sigrok.I needed to have a "look" at these signals to debug my smartcard reader.
- D0 line is power supply of +3V3.
- D1 line is I/O.
- D2 line is RST.
- D3 line is CLK.
My smartcard readerI gave up using smartcard reader (of proprietary firmware).I start my own firmware implementation.Today, I successfully got ATR of OpenPGP card V3.3.