ARM, known as the Advanced RISC Machine, is a 32-bit reduced instruction set computer (RISC) instruction set architecture (ISA) developed by ARM Holdings. The ARM architecture is the most widely used 32-bit ISA in terms of numbers produced.
ARM processors are used extensively in consumer electronics, including PDAs, mobile phones, digital media and music players, hand-held game consoles, calculators and computer peripherals such as hard drives and routers.
Many semiconductor or IC design firms hold ARM licenses; Analog Devices, Atmel, Broadcom, Cirrus Logic, Energy Micro, Faraday Technology, Freescale, Fujitsu, Intel (through its settlement with Digital Equipment Corporation), IBM, Infineon Technologies, Nintendo, NXP Semiconductors, OKI, Qualcomm, Samsung, Sharp, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments and VLSI are some of the many companies who have licensed the ARM in one form or another.
We can crack successfully for some series of ARM chips, such as AT91SAM series ARM chip decryption, STM32F series MCU code extraction, LPC21 series MCU Crack and so on.
1. AT91SAM (Atmel)
AT91SAM (AT91SAM Smart ARM-based Microcontrollers) are a family of Atmel chips based on the 32-bit RISC microprocessors from ARM.
2. STM10F&STM32F (ST)
STM32F – 32-bit ARM Cortex MCUs. The STM32F is the foundation of the STM32 family. The STM32F series provides perfectly balanced products for applications that do not require extreme low power. They combine high performance with first-class peripherals and low-power, low-voltage operation. They offer the maximum integration at accessible prices with a simple architecture and easy-to-use tools. With four lines, the STM32F products target a wide range of applications in the industrial, medical and consumer markets.
3. LPC21 (NXP)