Subatomic Traffic Controller. CEO of a company making MMO bots. Author of "Game Hacking". Senior Architect @ Cylance. Ex Bromium. Read more on the About page.
It's been a few weeks since me and the Mechasheep played CSAW, but that doesn't mean there's nothing left to write about. The first and easiest pwn challenge I encountered during the competition was called shell->code, a baby-class challenge. The simplicity of this challenge means I can actually
This past weekend, me and my team played CSAW CTF after taking quite a long break. We managed to hold top-20 for a good portion of the competition, even going as high as 12th place. Even though we lost our breath by the final day and finished in 40th, I
To warm up for DEFCON quals, my team and I decided to give PlaidCTF a shot. We knew it was going to bring some hard, fun challenges, and it did not disappoint. I immediately jumped into my comfort zone by tackling a pwn challenge, and got my first flag of
When I'm working from home, I like to feel comfortable on my regular battlestation. My work has to be done on a company machine, however. To keep the familiarity of my setup while on my work laptop, I decided to use a KVM Switch. The KVM Switch has inputs for
Time for episode two of How to Hack! The challenge in this episode is a harder version of the one from episode one, so make sure to check it out first. If you missed it, you can find it here. Link here