Hey guys i'm Motti Kumar and it’s a pleasure to be a guest blogger and hopefully inspire, give back, and keep you updated on overall cyber news or anything hot that impacts us as security enthusiast's here at Vocal Media.
Tools to dip your toes on in reverse engineering
Ghidra Ghidra is an open sourced decompiler. A compiler takes source code like C, and converts it into machine code. A decompiler tries to do the opposite. It takes machine code and generates code that resembles it's source code.
Assembly Reversing Problems
The purpose of these challenges is to get some experience reversing assembly code. Try to figure out what the binaries are doing. To view disassembly machine code into assembly code, you can use something like objdump.
Introduction to Assembly Language
I've just started learning Assembly Language since it is useful to perform tasks like Binary Exploitation and Reverse Engineering. This happens to be the the first big wall I need to tackle. I'll be sharing the knowledge I learn through the upcoming blogs, so if you're interested then stay tuned.
How to Automate SSH Login If You Should Use a Password
While it’s not ideal for security, you can automate SSH password authentication in bash scripts using the sshpass utility. Before we begin using automated passwords for SSH is considered bad practice for a reason.
How easy it is for someone to hack into your webcam
If you've ever looked into your webcam lens and wondered if a hacker is looking back, it's more likely than you may think. Cyber criminals have multiple tools in their arsenal they can use to hack into your webcams.
What are Intrusion Detection Systems ?
The sophistication of cyber attacks in recent years reiterates the need for reinforcement in cybersecurity. As a result of this, more organizations are prioritizing cybersecurity with deliberate efforts to secure their networks. Taking a laid-back approach to your cybersecurity could be your undoing.
Working on Blink is not easy. It's not easy for new Blink developers because there are a lot of Blink-specific concepts and coding conventions that have been introduced to implement a very fast rendering engine. It's not easy even for experienced Blink developers because Blink is huge and extremely sensitive to performance, memory and security.
What happens when you go to google.com ?
This is an attempt to answer the age-old interview question "What happens when you type google.com into your browser's address box and press enter?"