Welcome to Hackerwares

We bring creativity
in learning electronics and hacking with our
innovative hardware.

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Why we do what we do

We push forward the hacker mindset. In making things and then breaking them too. Opening them up to look inside and then screw it up with something else. The hardware we design encourages users to experiment with it and do something cool - beyond what's formerly intended. Because we believe the best way to learn something is to curiously experiment with it and make your own piece of creativity.


Here's how we do it

Hacking Badges

Hacking badges are custom designed hardware for hacking conferences and they hold variety of fun hacking challenges.


Villages are on-site workshops where we teach and engage audience in solving challenges.


CTF or 'Capture The Flag' are competition events where we setup a bunch of tricky hacking challenges for everyone to solve and win prizes.

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Now anyone can order our kits and learn things at own pace.

Recent Works

We love what we do, check out some of our latest works

Pirates Of The Singapore Bay

Cryptography puzzle and Rubber Ducky in the form of Jack Sparrow and Barbossa. Experiment with your automated keystroke scripts

A very artistic badge that comes with a cryptography puzzle. Coupled with LEDs and a miniature version of Arduino based board that can be used for small electronic circuits or be turned into rubber ducky applications that can send automated keystrokes to the system.


Electronic rendition of bee for soldering

Very fun way to learn soldering skills. Made entirely out of electronic components, this bee when soldered, moves around and glows wings in the dark.

The DEFCON Joker

Tribute to DEFCON's first electronic badge that set foundation for electronic badge culture

Redesigned for DEFCON's Delhi NCR group 91120. Design inspired from the Joker, the badge is a quick starter kit for soldering.

The TCP Packet

The TCP Packet comes alive in a hardware with bunch of LEDs and an Internet Explorer mode (slows down the LEDs)

Designed to teach the working of TCP packet and Embedded-C programming. Atmega pins allow users to re-program the badge. Also comes with a special access LEDs - for authentication purpose.

Persistence of Vision Badge

Experiential way to learn Embedded-C programming

Remember the time when you rotated sparkler in air and it appeared like a circle? When rotated in air, this badge displays text. An experiential approach to learning Embedded-C language.

The Ladybug

Electronic rendition of ladybird which blinks LEDs

Designed by Boldport, and entirely made out of electronic components, we manufactured and taught soldering with this badge in India's biggest hacking conference.

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Where to Find Us

Karol Bagh,
New Delhi - 5

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