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This is the most detailed explanation on howto explore a USB device I've seen. Need more articles like this!



lvr.com also has incredibly useful information. support jan axelson and buy one of her books, they're essential for any usb development!


The website isn't very well laid out.


Well, it isn't. It's just a big mess barfed up onto html. Some links are to elsewhere on the same site. Intermixed with those are links to some other site.

I'm not saying there isn't useful information there, or that her book sucks. I'm just saying her website is a poorly organized mess that makes it less useful unless you know exactly what you're looking for. For a USB newbie it'd just be a maze of links, all alike.


If you're interested in a more of a "project log" style (rather than a complete article) you might want to take a look at my previous efforts at reversing a wireless USB dongle:

http://code.rancidbacon.com/LearningAboutAtmelRZRAVEN

And if you happen to like reading about other people's (sometimes uncompleted) reversing projects like I do I've got a few more of those too: :)

http://code.rancidbacon.com/ProjectDigitalSpyCameraPen

http://code.rancidbacon.com/ProjectPyX86

http://code.rancidbacon.com/LearningAboutSkannerzRacerz

And a more general reverse engineering link collection:

http://code.rancidbacon.com/ReverseEngineering




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