Monthly Archives: March 2016

Writeup – sleeper_cell

During the pwn2win CTF, the “sleeper_cell” binary caught my attention, as the second challenge I tackled. The file is a Linux binary, which takes input from stdin – if you enter the correct key, it prints “OK”, otherwise, it spits … Continue reading

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Operation Suck Less – Early Days!

A while back, I had the opportunity to watch a particularly inspiring video (the rest of USENIX Enigma is well worth watching): Nominally, the video is about the QIRA debugger, but I think it (unintentionally) strikes unerringly at a more … Continue reading

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