Monthly Archives: November 2014

Python Drop-in Plugin Framework

Recently, I had a need to write a plugin framework for the markerlight project, so I could rapidly write and deploy various “templates” (similar concept to 010 Editor’s templates) to find things in memory. I suspect this is something I’ll … Continue reading

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Vendors are awesome

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SecTalks 2 – Solution Writeup

As promised, here is the writeup for the SecTalks 2 challenge. No spoilers for people here just to download the zip file – click the Read More link to see the solution.

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SecTalks 2 – Challenge Download

Recently, OWASP Sydney has been working with SecTalks to bring new and interesting content to the Sydney security space, including more traditional presentation-style content, and monthly security challenges. Last night, we ran the second of these sessions. Thanks to everyone who came along, … Continue reading

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Exceptions in the Shell

Writing scripts in bash has many advantages (and disadvantages) over writing them in Python or Ruby, but does leave us missing a few nice-to-haves (but you don’t have to change language to get them). These nice-to-haves that are often missing in … Continue reading

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