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Ruslan Nesterov
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Reverse Engineering An Ancient SBC With An Apple ][ |WORK|



IBM set the standard for the mainframe computer with its introduction of the System/360 in 1964, a line of computersdesigned to support the full circle (i.e. 360) of business and scientific applications.The System/360 evolved into the System/370 in the 1970s and theSystem/390 in the 1990s.Most of these mainframes filled a data center, but the museum has some smaller S/370 and S/390 mainframes designed for offices.The IBM System/370 9375 (1986; below), is described as a "baby mainframe" or "super-mini computer" for engineering or commercial applications.




Reverse Engineering An Ancient SBC With An Apple ][


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Whilst this is not perhaps as much hackery as you were hoping for, I think you could still upload a single or more images to an insert card and it would displayed - but whether that would happen whilst the PC or (since Linux 2.4 kernels are ancient history as RPis are now using 3.x or 4.x kernels) even a Raspberry Pi should be able to do that. Whilst there is little gain for doing this with existing static images there is nothing to stop the Pi from creating suitable images - with say weather or news reports, and pushing them to the frame every few minutes, for instance...


There is slim to little chance of reverse engineering this unless you already know how. You cannot hack the board to accept Composite or dvi/hdmi. You could attempt to interface with the display directly though.


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Matasano Security (now part of NCC group) and Square teamed up to create Microcorruption: an awesome Capture the Flag game that involves reverse engineering MSP430 assembly to unlock a virtual lock. Each level gets progressively harder as the fictitious lock vendor patches security holes and introduces new ones.


While this was more fun than professional, I used my reverse engineering skills, microcontroller knowledge, and understanding of security exploits to complete the game and made it into the top 100 list in the Microcorruption hall of fame.


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