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12/02/2018 at 16:40 •
My Model 3 just got the new software update v9(including an easter egg game: Atari)!
I noticed that the car said that I would now be able to program my own valet keycards myself. Which could be good news since I'm working on using the chip implant from the valet card.
My little brother wanted to help me out. My dad told him, "You can't get one." My brother's reply was, "A Tesla, or a chip implant?" hahahahaha
- 11/12/2018 at 19:47 • 0 comments
11/12/2018 at 19:43 •
You can tell by looking at the valet key where the chip is located. I put one my Model 3 valet card(that had already been synced with my car from the dealership), and dropped it in a glass container with acetone. It took about 1.5 hours to completely dissolve the plastic. I also dropped my phone in the acetone jar...damn it Hahahaha
11/12/2018 at 03:26 •
I was curious what information is public available just from scanning the Tesla valet key
The Java Card Open Platform is interesting, because it is a IBM smart card developed by a team and Germany and I've used the java card development kit for mobile development access control and some stuff with LEGO Dimensions.
11/12/2018 at 02:49 •
Tesla Hack Diaries: Prequel
I've been working on my body implant Tesla hack for about 2 months, and I have had reservations about sharing my work, after discussing with a few friends and strangers about my project at #supercon last weekend I decided I would finally share my project progress. Thanks to Amal, Andy, Drew and Will for encouraging me that "all work sucks in the beginning" and I should just share my ramblings.
In-Game Hint about me since I'm new around here:
I'm that adult that still plays with LEGO, and I ramble a lot of Twitter.
I always take photos of my projects with LEGO(you know, for size reference: because I couldn't find a banana).
Here goes nothing...