Like I said I would, here are the talks!
For those of you whom saw me at ToorCon and those of you who wish they could have, Here are my slides, and here are my code notes(pass is infected). I also had a 90 minute seminar on reverse engineering malware for newbies. Here are the slides and here are the samples / crackmes /tools. […]
SourceForge has been around as long as I can remember. Bringing open source projects to the world for people to download and peer at source code and projects. With github taking over in popularity, the need for SourceForge has dwindled. Slashdot owns SourceForge now (or maybe they always have? I don’t recall). So what brings […]
Greetings and salutations fellow readers. Recently I’ve had to step into the awful world of kernel debugging. When malware drops a rootkit and conventional userland debugging falls short, you have to step into ring 0. Unfortunately, options are rather limited when it comes to decent ring0 debugging on windows. What’s that one debugger everyone’s heard […]