LadderLeak, comment retrouver une clef privée ECC sur analyse de consommation électrique

Short article to cover the LadderLeak problem for ECC

Developing a Bluetooth application on Linux

Introduction to BlueZ and its API

Why Wayland: A Brief History of Display Protocols

A short introduction to the world of display protocols, detailing parts of the design of the X Window System, its shortcomings and the rise of the Wayland protocol.

Holographic Displays: Your Windshield as a Virtual Assistant

A quick view on how holographic displays aim to aid driving

Random number generation in embedded systems

This article explores the world of random number generation in embedded systems, covering both pseudo-random number generators (PRNGs) and hardware-based random number generators (HRNGs). It explains their principles, provides examples of code, discusses their advantages and limitations, and highlights their applications in embedded systems.

How to write you first kernel

In this article, we’ll write a simple 32bits ‘Hello, World!’ kernel for x86

IMUs and Kalman Filters

How to use an MPU6050 with an STM32 and use an Kalman Filter to measure angles

Why your contactless credit card can't be cloned

How the EMV specification prevents contactless cloning and tracking

Introduction to Atari 2600 Emulation

This article provides an introduction to Atari 2600 emulation, shedding light on the principles of emulation and how to create an emulator. It discusses the challenges of understanding the hardware, the legal aspects, and offers a historical overview of the Atari 2600. While it doesn’t delve into building a full emulator, it points out key components like cartridges and opcodes. The article highlights the Atari 2600 as a suitable candidate for emulation due to its simpler technology and available documentation.

Introduction to ROS2 Humble and Gazebo Fortress

A small tutorial to apprehend more easily robot simulation with ROS2 and Gazebo