Skip to content
Carlos Alatorre edited this page Jul 15, 2024 · 9 revisions

Minino

Features

Minino features different modules that can take advantage of them to perform security analysis and audit workflows. Additionally, you can use their I2C, UART and digital pins to retrieve data from any other external modules.

Minino outstanding tool where you can visualize and navigate through the menus with the buttons on the board, adding to this Minino is portable and no need to be connected trough USB to work (powered by 3xAAA batteries).

Minino's features utilize the ESP32's and the GPS module's (ATGM336H) capabilities for network security testing to identify and address vulnerabilities, especially on Wi-Fi networks.

Minino has a preloaded firmware that includes the features described in this wiki. However, you can build your own firmware using the ESP-IDF framework or Arduino. However, we will focus on the ESP-IDF framework in this guide.

Technical Specifications

Important

The microcontroller on this board runs at 3.3V, which means that you must never apply more than 3.3V to its Digital and Analog pins.

Board
Name Minino
Microcontroller
ESP32-C6
USB connector
USB-C
Pins
Digital I/O Pins 1 (D11)
Connectivity
WiFi ESP32-C6-WROOM-1 ESPRESSIF module
GPS ATGM336H Zhongkewei module
Communication
UART Yes
I2C Yes
Power
I/O Voltage 3.3V
Supported battery 3xAAA, holder included
Clock speed
Main Processor ESP32-C6 up to 160 MHz
Memory
ESP32-C6 512KB HP SRAM
Dimensions
Width 82.5 mm
Length 110 mm

Downloadable resources

CAD Files