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Firmware exploitation with PNF Software's JEB

PNF Software has a series of blog posts on how to use their JEB product to reverse firmware:

Firmware Exploitation w/ @jebdec . Well Done!

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MorphOS on emulation may be possible soon

MorphOS is one of my favorite NG Amiga derivatives but currently, it requires either expensive, hard to find PowerPC hardware or old Mac PowerPC hardware.  I’ve personally wished we could run it under emulation like we can now with Classic Amiga and OS4.1FE. 101 more words


Basic use of kvm/qemu

Host: Arch Linux (4.11.9)

/*check for virtualization support*/
# lscpu !looking for VT-x for Intel processors and AMD-V for AMD processors
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Installing Debian on QEMU’s 64-bit ARM “virt” board

This post is a 64-bit companion to an earlier post of mine where I described how to get Debian running on QEMU emulating a 32-bit ARM “virt” board. 1,096 more words


Reclaim storage space from qcow2 image after moving

After it is moved to another host, since it is a sparse file, the qcow2 takes the full space, e.g. if it was dynamically set to 100GB, it will take 100GB, even if only 50 GB were actually used. 35 more words

QEMU > Virtualbox

Ok, I’m not an expert on this . So , feel free to correct me  ^_^

So, I set up Manjaro Linux on my computer and was very happy with it (screenshot of my Manjaro Linux desktop is the featured image <3 ).I wanted to test out Kali Linux.A dear friend of mine, Shashank, is a pro user of it ( 255 more words



Pyrebox is a new Qemu-based dynamic instrumentation tool with Python scripts, from Cisco Talos! #CapstoneInsidehttps://t.co/QRAeiIE7Ga pic.twitter.com/3125wSi4hC

— Capstone Engine (@capstone_engine) July 18, 2017

PyREBox is a Python scriptable Reverse Engineering sandbox.

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