A tale of two operating systems, and a remotely exploitable heap corruption vulnerability
Aug 20, 2016
If you think about it, a remotely exploitable heap corruption vulnerability might just make for the best horror story that you could tell around a campfire. With this in mind, let's talk about QubesOS, and Subgraph.
Linguists hate him! How to build your very own statistical language classifier in 30 minutes or less!
May 4, 2016
Linguists hate him! How to build a naïve language guessing oracle at home using nothing more than Python, a cup of tea, and a few corpora from the Leipzig Corpora Collection. See inside for details.
So, a scientific data visualization tool, and a Minecraft world walk into a bar
Jul 18, 2015
What do you get when you cross a thin wrapper around VTK, a Minecraft world, and a sudden job interview?
Repurposing an old Android smartphone for penetration testing: the quitters guide
Jul 4, 2015
Is that a penetration testing tool in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? This guide will help you set-up Arch Linux on your old Android smartphone, as well as a handful of your favourite penetration testing tools.
Adding a system call to the Linux kernel
Nov 9, 2014
System calls allow for user space programs to request kernel services. Let's write a system call together.
A gentle introduction to Berkeley Packet Filters
Aug 20, 2014
Berkeley/BSD packet filters can be used for stateless, protocol-agnostic network traffic filtering by examining the headers, and payload associated with packets in a given stream of network traffic.