Tag: assembly

A Very Different Hello World

After last week when I barely had time to scratch my head and I had to transfer my fiancee’s website to a different hosting (and finally learn something about how does the dns system work) I am back to coding for myself. I decided to go back to Pentester Academy’s shellcoding course and go on […]

First steps with radare2

OK I might not be going to make math at all, not because my last experience with chemistry was about 6-7 years ago in my high school. After all I like command-line tools after having Linux as my primary driver for some time (and maybe again in near future ;)), however, my relationship with VIM […]

Simple assembly program on MacOS

While going through shellcoding course on Pantester Academy I though I would like to check how the code in the course would look like on MacOS. On Linux this was pretty straightforward: Set one syscall (mov rax, 1), to write to standard output (mov rdi, 1), enter hello_world string, enter its length, call, set another […]

Pentester Academy GDB challenge (kinda)

A few weeks ago I bough access to Pentester Academy labs to boost my skills, since I do not have solid background in countless fields, my job is mainly writing web applications with a little bit of devops tasks (read: I sometimes modify Dockerfiles) and I rarely have an opportunity to observe how “smart people” […]