This is my information security blog where I present selected topics of the daily work as software developer and reverse engineer. Miscellaneous post will be about Linux.
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The following list contains the last blog posts:
- Data Recovery on Windows NTFS 101Data recovery is a common problem of many people. Yesterday I got an old notebook HDD (500 GB) and the owner asked me if it is possible to recover some files after a recovery try by using the vendor’s recovery function. The recovery function … Read More “Data Recovery on Windows NTFS 101” »
- Gentoo full disc encrypted on a modern UEFI notebookInstalling Gentoo Linux always introduces some pitfalls, this time we focus on EFI. We install it in a full disc encryption setup. If you are interested in installing Gentoo in general, check out the tutorial on how to install it in a virtual machine: … Read More “Gentoo full disc encrypted on a modern UEFI notebook” »
- Exploiting systems stealthy: Writing Shellcode in 2020Shellcode is a sequence of instructions and is usually implemented in assembly language for a given architecture. Shellcode can be used to design and formulate a payload for exploitation. Writing shellcode looks like an antiquated technique since they were used primarily to execute instructions … Read More “Exploiting systems stealthy: Writing Shellcode in 2020” »
- Exclude files from Eclipse indexing mechanismIf you develop software using Eclipse you might noticed that the indexing algorithm is powerful but might be reducing your setup performance. Eclipse is slowed down when you index too many files, for example from 3rdparty folders or other dependencies you don’t want to … Read More “Exclude files from Eclipse indexing mechanism” »
- Setting up a Gentoo VM for Linux Kernel DevelopmentFor decent Linux Kernel development I needed a virtual machine and a Kernel I can control easily. Since I use Gentoo for almost every system it was a clear choice I want to use Gentoo again, even though it might be a bit time … Read More “Setting up a Gentoo VM for Linux Kernel Development” »