Hands-on IC reverse engineering training

May 30, 2019 //By Julien Happich
reverse engineering
After much R&D investment and proving the efficiency and reliability of its in-house reverse engineering tools chip reverse engineering specialist Texplained is offering potential customers several occasions to learn more about its solutions and attend exclusive demos of it recently announced ChipJuice tool (to be fully released worldwide Q4-2019).

The company will first present its new tool during hardwear.io’s 5th edition (Santa Clara), a platform for hardware and security community where researchers showcase and discuss their innovative research on attacking and defending hardware. By detecting and processing the whole interconnection and standard cell library of the digital core, ChipJuice recovers any chips’ internal architecture in the form of their netlists and their HDL file. Fully developed in-house, a version of ChipJuice is currently being reviewed within an Insiders’ program.

“Wherever there are electronic products there are ICs, whether in consumer, banking, telecommunication, automotive, defence or medical solutions. For secure ICs extraction, exploration and evaluation, Texplained is the only company that offers a turnkey solution including, service, software and IP” said Texplained’s CEO Clarisse Ginet in a statement.

Thanks to its expertise, Texplained can extract hardware and firmware information from almost any chip on the market. The company has put at the disposal of chip enthusiasts who would like to explore further the silicon, several resources such as optical and Electronic images at different magnifications of a diversity of microcontrollers, FPGA, microprocessors & SoCs.

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