Aug 282009
 

The linux4nano crew has put together the Nanotron 3000, a robot made with Lego Mindstorms for automating the brute force hacking of Apple iPod Nanos.

This is Farthens nanotron that will help linux4nano to do more address bruteforcing in less time.

This is Farthen's nanotron that will help linux4nano to do more address bruteforcing in less time.

 Posted by at 5:01 pm
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  • Person

    I don't really understand how this gadget works for now. What the heck. Maybe it's just me and my pewny brain. ;-p

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    I don't really understand how this gadget works for now. Waht the heck. Maybe it's just me and my pewny brain. ;-p

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    I don't really understand how this gadget works for now. What the heck. Maybe it's just me and my pewny brain. ;-p

  • Coreo

    Haha!
    What an excellent use for Mindstorms.
    I once used Mindstorms to repeatedly hit certain keys on my keyboard for a couple days, but I definitely wouldn't have thought of using it for bruteforcing the nano.

    Props to the linux4nano guys!