I'm on vacation in Mexico this week, which essentially means blow off pool time and hack stuff. I decided a relatively simple challenge would be a good starting point for the week, since I've never CTFed on this laptop and I was expecting to be constantly interrupted by vacation conversation
And there goes another night spent honing my CTF skills. This time, I decided to tackle pwnables Note challenge for 200 points. Check out my SECURITY PATCH for mmap(). despite no-ASLR setting, it will randomize memory layout. so it will contribute for exploit mitigation. wanna try sample application? ssh note@
Recently, me and Vadim decided to tag-team a 500 point challenge on pwnable called malware: I have no respect for writing malware but I do have respect for writing cool malware lets find a way to beat ANUBIS (https://anubis.iseclab.org) download : http://pwnable.kr/bin/malware.py Running
It's been nearly a year since I played my last competitive Capture The Flag (CTF); life has kept me busy and I haven't had time to practice much. Recently, me and a buddy decided to start practicing again so that we could get back to competing in the near future.
If you've been around the gaming industry even a little, you've almost definitely heard of Lua. This potent scripting language has found itself embedded in thousands of video games, acting as an API for engineers to easily add functionality to game clients and servers alike. Sidebar: You'll see me talking