Flipper Zero – a multi-tool device for Hackers #OpenSource #Hacking @flipper_zero
Flipper Zero is a tiny piece of hardware with a curious personality of a cyber-dolphin who really loves to hack. It can interact with digital systems in real life and grow while you are hacking. Flip any kind of access control system, RFID, radio protocol, and perform hardware hacks using GPIO pins.
The idea of Flipper Zero is to combine all the phreaking hardware tools you’d need for hacking on the go. Flipper was inspired by pwnagotchi project, but unlike other DIY boards for hackers, Flipper is designed with the convenience of everyday usage in mind — it has a robust case, handy buttons, and shape, so there are no dirty PCBs or scratchy pins. Flipper turns hacking into a game, reminding you that hacking should always be fun.
Flipper Zero is based on an STM32 microcontroller using open source software. All the code is available on GitHub, including the firmware.
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