SRET "Super Reverse Engineering Tool"
February 22 2017
SRET is a hardware reverse engineering / hacking tool. SRET was originally based on a NXP LPC4330, but a different approach is currently being taken. Stay tuned for more.
What makes the SRET different from other hardware reverse engineering tools is the flexibility of the configuration. The tool will be able to easily configure and bridge different protocols for communicaton. For instance: say you have one device that communicates using a UART that you would like to talk to a device that uses a SPI. With the SRET, bridging and monitoring these types of protocals will be quick and easy. The configuration and monitoring can be easily done from a USB connection. Eventually, I would like to have a feature that allowed for configuration and monitoring to be done over an ethernet connection. This would allow the user to move the SRET to new machines without installing device drivers.
The project will be a continuous project with new features added as needed. The first release implementation goals are:
- Chip Flash Dump -- NOR and NAND flash chip reader
- JTAG Programming/Debugging
- Peripheral Module Interfacing -- Easy communication module interfacing between different peripheral protocols. e.g. USB->UART; UART->SPI; UART->I2C; etc...
- Bus Analyzer -- logic analyzer