8MB Flash, 32MB RAM, #Linux 18.104.22.168 from 2011, built with gcc 4.5.2 on #Ubuntu, and the sources are apparently available, see https://www.transcend-info.com/Legal/?no=10 section Wi-Fi SD / Firmware / download button (file name says something 201410, 220MB in size). Kudos Transcend! :)
@bekopharm I downloaded the zip file and checked. The string is from a header file which defines test fixtures:
So at least it means they potentially have some crypto and tests in there. :)
Fun fact: It's still in master. :)
@CyReVolt this is extraordinary. How come that words entered the firmware source code?
But more importantly, this is an excellent example a hardware company gives the source code (as free software) of their wifi device firmware (not only driver) to public users. I hope Broadcom to do the same. Thanks Transcend! Thanks @CyReVolt, you opened me a new enlightenment.
@ademalsasa I guess you saw it in the thread eventually - it's a test fixture from the kernel sources. ;)
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