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Hacklet 45 – Reverse Engineering Projects

Sooner or later, all of us end up putting on our reverse engineering hats and digging in to a device. It might be that you’re trying to keep an old piece of equipment running – the manufacturer is long defunct, and parts are no longer available. 694 more words

Hackaday Columns

Remote debug native code (shared library) on android

Lúc sử dụng IDA Pro, điều khó là làm sao attach được vào cái process của apk đang chứa cái shared library mà muốn debug từng bước một. 215 more words

Android

Navigating to static constructors (.cctor) in MSIL

When reverse engineering .Net code, either with an interactive disassembler or by programmatically parsing the MSIL headers. There is some low hanging fruit and some fruit that is out of reach, unless you are a giraffe. 617 more words

.Net

BIOS POST procedure reverse engineering

The first thing to do in order to create a faithfull emulator of a PS/1 model 2011, able to function with the originale ROM, is to do a reverse engineering of the BIOS. 40 more words

PS/1 2011

GINA Interception, Stolen Credentials and the Malware that Almost Got Away

A few years back, one of my IT co-workers remarked that after making a purchase on Amazon.com, his credit card data was stolen. He was naturally frustrated that this happened, but fortunately his credit card company caught the fraud early, notified him, and corrective steps were taken. 724 more words

Security

Buoyancy

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