Monthly Archives: March 2018

Fun with Flash Memory (and Accidental Memory Leaks)

Today, I played around with tampering with Flash memory. The target of my attack is a generously donated Netcomm N300 router – I was able to wrangle a hilarious web server memory leak in the unauthenticated web interface by tampering … Continue reading

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Quick Notes on the PSoC

Updated at the end, to include how2play programming. Today, I spent some time tinkering with the PSoC 5 LP prototyping kit. This prototyping kit is physically very portable, and contains some very surprising features for it’s price point (~$10-20, depending … Continue reading

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Writeup – El33t Articles Hub (Pragyan CTF)

This weekend, I participated in Pragyan CTF. In the time allocated, I solved a few challenges – unfortunately, most of them are not worth writing about, in that they are very similar to previous writeups. I will present a writeup … Continue reading

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Reversing the e3372 – Completing the Compromise (P711-HILINK Remix)

In my last post, I began detailing the reverse engineering of the Huawei e3372 device. This is a new version of the device, using the P711-HILINK firmware (fingerprinted through a memory dump, I can’t see any visible indicator on the … Continue reading

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