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'''[https://unbina.re Unbinare]''' is an e-waste reverse engineering lab. This wiki is dedicated to the projects we develop at the lab.
'''[https://unbina.re Unbinare]''' is an e-waste reverse engineering lab. Our objective is to reduce e-waste by finding means to repurpose discarded devices that are beyond repair. In order to meet this objective, we create hardware and software tools that assist in the analysis and reverse engineering of discarded devices and their components. Finding new uses for discarded devices requires research and development and this wiki publicly documents our process. All of our projects are under continuous development and will be updated regularly.
 
We currently develop several reverse engineering tools that can be found in the table below.
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Revision as of 11:28, 13 July 2021

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Unbinare is an e-waste reverse engineering lab. Our objective is to reduce e-waste by finding means to repurpose discarded devices that are beyond repair. In order to meet this objective, we create hardware and software tools that assist in the analysis and reverse engineering of discarded devices and their components. Finding new uses for discarded devices requires research and development and this wiki publicly documents our process. All of our projects are under continuous development and will be updated regularly.

Project Description
OI!STER A target board with a QFP48 clamshell socket aimed at debugging and glitching STM32L5 MCUs.
UNBProbe A passive, spring-loaded needle probe for probing PCBs.
UNBProbeBase A Base connecting 12 UNBProbes to a prototyping area.
UNBRK A QFP48/64/100/144 Breakout board with a prototyping area.