Łukasz Wcisło

Quantum Chemist, Historian, Psychologist, Copywriter, and a fabulous singer. Keen on AI algorithms and prime numbers, proficient in Robot Framework and Python. Will find a way to prove, that something doesn’t work. Always.

Articles (5)

3mdeb on Web Summit 2019

Published at November 22, 2019 ·  5 min read

Web Summit 2019 - the biggest tech event in the World. Take a short brake and read about our journey and impressions....

Categories: miscellaneous

Platform Security Summit 2019 impressions. Part 1

Published at October 22, 2019 ·  5 min read

We are happy to announce that 3mdeb representation took part in Platform Security Summit 2019. In the next weeks we are going to briefly refer what took our attention and enclose the course of this conference....

Categories: miscellaneous security

3mdeb roadmap for August 2019

Published at August 19, 2019 ·  2 min read

Thrilled about what we are doing to change the world right now? Interested in the fancy stuff we make? Check out our plan for August 2019, find out more about our recent projects and stay tuned with the most sophisticated tech-team in the neighborhood....

Categories: miscellaneous

The Bit Bang Theory with RTE

Published at May 8, 2019 ·  4 min read

RTE used to control tested devices could be used as a programmer. But RTE doesn't have SWD interface, which is crucial. We tried to walk around this using Bit Banging method....

Categories: firmware manufacturing miscellaneous

USB Sniffing With OpenVizsla

Published at April 24, 2019 ·  11 min read

OpenVizsla allows to passively monitor the communication between a USB host and USB peripheral. It is a tool for developers working with USB and especially those who are using USB in embedded designs. We have tested its possible use cases and see it is really valuable, and has a lot of potential for further development....

Categories: miscellaneous security