Category: Development

Overwhelming Interest

When I wrote my Anonabox Analysis yesterday evening, I expected perhaps a few comments from a few nerds.  I mostly wrote the analysis because I was curious.  I have spent a huge amount of time on the Cloak firmware, and I

Posted in Cloak, Competitors, Development, Technical, Tor

Anonymity Issue Fixed

Yesterday, Steve Lord (@stevelord on twitter) did a screen cast, where he was essentially dissecting the Cloak firmware.  I was fully aware of his intentions and had in fact provided him with a firmware copy myself.  I thoroughly enjoy being

Posted in Development, Security, Technical

Don’t leave home without it

Keeping things P & C can be a hassle – we are making it as convenient as possible.

Posted in Cloak, Development, Hardware, Privacy

Cloak electronics reduced to half a playing card in size

Our core module has been moved to sit on the underside of the board. This reduces the footprint of Cloaks electronics to about half the size of a playing card. The model to the right shows a pair of Cloak

Posted in Cloak, Development, Hardware, Technical

Tor Updates in Cloak

Runa A Sandvik asked me a question on Twitter: @LarsCloaked @thorsheim @SikkSymp Will you maintain the Tor package in OpenWRT and ensure users can easily update? — Runa A. Sandvik (@runasand) October 30, 2014 The answer to that question is

Posted in Cloak, Development, Security, Software, Technical, Tor

10, 9, 8, 7, 6…

We just submitted this demo video at request of Kickstarter.  The engineers are in the basement strapping down the servers and making final preparations. The campaign manager is stuck in a perpetual email checking loop. Not long now….  

Posted in Cloak, Development, Hardware, kickstarter

Cloak PCB 3D Rendering

The Cloak PCB is still a work in progress but here is an interactive 3D rendering of the current version. The Schematics and PCB is available on our Github. The missing components is the result of them not having been

Posted in Cloak, Development, Hardware

Development History

Warning!  Extremely nerdy stuff ahead! Back in February, when the idea of the Cloak first emerged, I had some doubts if it was at all possible to run Tor on a small embedded router.  The only way to be certain

Posted in Cloak, Development, Hardware