Category Archives: FAT32

DIY Pocket MP3 Player

When [Neutrino-1] saw DFRobot’s DFPlayer module, he decided he wanted to make his own retro MP3 player. This tiny module comes packed with a ton of interesting capabilities such as EQ adjustment, volume control, and a 3 watt amplifier amongst other things. It can even play ads in between songs, …read more

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Posted in arduino pro mini, DFRobot, digital audio hacks, FAT16, FAT32, mp3, portable audio hacks, soundcloud, TP4056 | Leave a comment

Non-Nefarious Raspberry Pi Only Looks Like a Hack

We’re going to warn you right up front that this is not a hack. Or at least that’s how it turned out after [LiveOverflow] did some digital forensics on a mysterious device found lurking in a college library. The path he took to come to the conclusion that nothing untoward was going on was interesting and informative, though, as is the ultimate purpose of the unknown artifacts.

As [LiveOverflow] tells us in the video below, he came upon a Reddit thread – of which we can now find no trace – describing a bunch of odd-looking devices stashed behind garbage …read more

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Posted in bluetooth, dongle, ext4, FAT32, InfoSec, linux, normies, Raspberry Pi Zero, security hacks, wifi | Leave a comment