|Interfacing with this Xtra
xtra USBXtra -- version 8.5.2
new object me
open object me, integer VendorID, integer ProductID, integer verbose
close object me
read object me
write object me, integer byte
isOpen object me
|Can I use USBXtra to hack a commercial USB device, or just a PIC chip?
USBXtra will only work with 1-byte-report HID devices, so low-speed commercial webcams and mice (and also the pic chip). the harder part is trying to obtain communictions protocol information about the product you are trying to hack. In the case of the pic chip, you already know how the device will respond, so it is easy to talk to it through the USBXtra. If the company will not send you info on the product, then I wish you good luck.
Disclaimer: USBXtra does not promote illegal reverse engineering.
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