Tag: linux

Make use of htop

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Htop is a popular command-line tools for monitoring processes. It has some features that seem to be rarely used but could help you with process management or at least make your terminal look cooler. Help If you’ve ever wondered what do those weird colors on CPU and memory usage bars mean, the answer is under […]

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 […]

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” […]

How do libraries work? Part 3.

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In previous two parts we’ve dealt with creating dynamic libraries on MacOS. Today we’re moving on to different system – Linux. I was planning to go with Windows, but running a web browser while using Virtualbox on my poor laptop is a nightmare and I think I will need to run my old laptop for […]