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Linux ELF File Format - Documentation

This document is not created by me,  I just grabbed it on the internet, and post it here, hope  this will help people in reverse engineering/ researching on *nix System. 227 more words



That’s a test exe I made quickly. It calls printf, then with asm i inserted the nop instruction, the SSE sqrtss instruction, and then the legacy floating point fsqrt instruction. 186 more words

Decompiling the Decompiler?

So I’m sure that if you’re reading this you know what the Hex-Rays decompiler is. I’ve been using version 1.5 for a while now, and even though newer versions of Hex-Rays have been released (but not to the public) it’s still an incredibly capable tool. 482 more words

Practical Reverse Engineering, Exercise 1

So I decided to buy Practical Reverse Engineering (Bruce Dang, Alexandre Gazet, Elias Bachaalany, ISBN:978-1-118-78731-1).

After reading the first 11 pages I ran into the first exercise. 1,049 more words

Excercise 1

Controlling the Wattcher Display

To measure the power consumption of my house I’m using a Wattcher. The Wattcher consists of two parts: A sender module and a Display. The communication between the two modules is wireless. 1,649 more words