The Unauthorized Guide to the LUNA USB Multitool (Demo Time)
2021-10-13, 13:00–15:00 (US/Pacific), The Lawn - Alpha

I will have my LUNA prototype with me that people will likely be able to experiment with. I’m hoping to have a CodeSpaces-like environment where people can simply load up the base LUNA code base in their browser, hack on some Python or nMigen gateware, run tests, and finally see their hacks running on real hardware.


I will have my LUNA prototype with me that people will likely be able to experiment with. I’m hoping to have a CodeSpaces-like environment where people can simply load up the base LUNA code base in their browser, hack on some Python or nMigen gateware, run tests, and finally see their hacks running on real hardware.

Karl Koscher is a research scientist working at the University of Washington where he specializes in wireless and embedded systems security. Previously, he was a postdoctoral scholar working with Stefan Savage at UC San Diego. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington in 2014, where he was advised by Tadayoshi Kohno.

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