Analyzing Car Key Fob Signals & Browser Automation with Natural Language

Summary of my bookmarked links and Github repositories from Mar 14th, 2024


  • Reverse engineering a car key fob signal (Part 1)

    Exploring radio communication protocols, this blog details reverse engineering a car key fob signal using RTL-SDR and Flipper Zero hardware. It introduces basic radio frequency concepts and modulation types, emphasizing the practical analysis with tools like SDR# and Universal Radio Hacker. By decoding signals through Manchester encoding, the author uncovers consistent patterns in the transmitted data, shedding light on the complexities of RF analysis and potential security implications.

Github repositories

  • lavague-ai/LaVague

    LaVague revolutionizes web browsing by translating natural language commands into seamless browser actions. It aims to automate repetitive tasks, like paying bills or filling forms, freeing users for more meaningful pursuits. Leveraging open-source projects, it ensures transparency and aligns with users' interests. Features include NLP comprehension, Selenium integration, and privacy-focused local models. Early stages include plans for fine-tuning models and supporting other browsers. Get involved in democratizing transparent AI by contributing or joining their Discord community. Try it out via their Colab notebook.