Recently I’ve found an old post-it with guidelines I wrote myself a couple of years back, two of those stood out:
- make mistakes
- don’t buy stupid stuff
Seems like I haven’t been the most consistent person back then. The post-it got discovered during a clean-up session of my flat, the same session brought up the following stupidly-bought-and-never-used gadgets:
- one BBC micro:bit that should be able to capture Bluetooth Low Energy transmissions
- one Proxmark 3 RV4 that should be able to do some nifty RFID stuff (and that I was recently able to fix)
- one Realtek Software-Defined Radio USB Stick (rtl-sdr)..
My new year’s resolution (or rather near-future resolution) is to do /something/ hackery with that stuff. Suggestions more than welcome.