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Binho.com teams up with Shannon Morse to present “Using a Host Adapter and Adafruit’s SPI FRAM Breakout Board to Find Plain Text Data on Hardware!” (video above)
Today’s demo is going to show you a simple script that’ll read off FLASH memory to see if data is stored as plain text.
Binho is also sponsoring a CLUE giveaway in conjunction with this video. The first 10 people to use discount code ADAFRUITCLUE on Binho.io will get a free Adafruit CLUE board with the purchase of a Nova host adapter. Here’s a direct discount code link: https://binho.io/discount/ADAFRUITCLUE
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