Just Another Geek
What is really the attack surface of the kernel running a SECCOMP process?
Were our SECCOMP expectations right?
Massive reverse address DNS resolver
Dummy code to scan wide netblocks in NodeJS
Document review of Qubes OS
I had a glance to Qubes OS documents, this is my review
CVE-2010-0740: Record of death vulnerability in OpenSSL
It is a write-up of the CVE-2010-0740's vulnerability in OpenSSL
GSM 7 bits encoding
I implemented some GSM protocol parts in scapy so I had to implement the infamous "7 bits alphabet".
SECCOMP as a Sandboxing solution ?
SECCOMP is a Linux feature introduced in 2.6.23 to run untrusted executables.
No more ASLR bypass on Linux 2.6.30
While trying to exploit a local setuid application, I had the unhappiness (as an attacker) to see that the security of ...
How system calls work on recent Linux x86 glibc
This post explains how system calls are implemented on recent Linux system.
New blog, new rules
Sometimes, I receive emails asking me to translate my papers or blog posts in English; each time, I procrastinate and n...
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