x86 Exploitation 101: when the stack gets over its head

So, as promised, I start here a series of articles dedicated  to the world of exploitation: at the end of this one, I will go deeper with the x86 Assembly series. First thing said: “what is an exploit?”. It could be described as a piece of code (or a series of commands as well) that […]


Crabs, still a terror for the bitmaps

Hello folks, this post is a proof that this blog isn’t dead at all. Actually I run (and I’m running) into some personal issues which made my mind floating a little bit away from these projects, but I’m trying to recover myself little by little these times. So, now I want to post something different […]