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Unpacking Connect ME .bin firmware

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Is it possible to unpack the Digi Connect ME firmware for inspection in a disassembler?

This is a DC-ME-01T-S running the Plug and Play firmware.
asked May 14, 2014 in Embedded Devices by cybergibbons New to the Community (2 points)
edited May 14, 2014 by cybergibbons

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Which kit are we talking about? If NET+OS, the hardware part number ends in a -C. If a plug and play kit, the hardware part ends in an -S. This could also be linux.... So lets establish what firmware you are asking about disassembling.
answered May 14, 2014 by dakotas_dad Veteran of the Digi Community (694 points)
This is Plug and Play.
Some of the libraries contain proprietary software which is licensed by third parties. I would suspect that they would not like their software being dissasembled. That said, since this is the first time I have seen anyone ask this question, why do you wish to dissassemble the firmware?
For the purposes of security analysis of a product that uses a Digi Connect ME for Internet connectivity. Mainly interested in potential for undocumented commands, interfaces, or possible exploits.