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Newsletter # 24 - Migrating an old JavaScript codebase to modern JavaScript May 21 2020

Hello, and welcome to issue #24!

I wonder why we always seek novelty. Maybe it is because there is the illusion that this new thing might finally be the perfect solution without tradeoffs. I began many years ago to explore Linux because it might be...

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Newsletter # 23 - Compiling a custom FreeBSD kernel for Parallels VirtualMachine May 14 2020

Hello, and welcome to issue #23!

How are things your way? I hope that coping1 well with the changes and keeping safe. Things are quite different from what I expect them to be by this time in the year. I was hoping this year I was going to make a significant...

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Newsletter # 22 - Changing the blog path in Middleman May 7 2020

Hello, and welcome to issue #22 of the Newsletter.

How is life? I hope everything is going well. I've been enjoying my time exploring FreeBSD Jails, and ZFS. FreeBSD is such an interesting Operating System. The sense of integration is quite refreshing...

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Newsletter # 21 - Scanning a process' memory using LLDB Mar 26 2020

Hello, and welcome to issue #21!

How is everything going? I hope you and yours are safe. What a crazy world we are living in now, right? I guess every generation thinks they are living a period that will change history. Who knows, maybe this time the...

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Newsletter # 20 - A small LLDB-Python script Mar 1 2020

Hello, and welcome to issue #20.

I'm back! Between work and learning, I haven't had much time to write a proper blog post for the last few weeks. I also don't want only to post because it's the weekend. I like to write something that it's useful and...

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Newsletter # 19 - Resigning iOS apps from an IPA for mobile security research Feb 9 2020

Hello,

Welcome to issue #19, I hope you had a good start of the month.

As you might have noticed by my latest posts, I've been exploring the exciting field of cybersecurity. I've always enjoyed understanding the base components of what makes our cyber...

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Newsletter # 18 - Host naming organisation for your local lab Jan 31 2020

Hello,

I hope you had a good January, and ready for the weekend and February. I'm certainly going to try to get as much rest as possible this weekend. It has been a busy few weeks, and the year has just started! We'll see how everything goes from here...

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Newsletter # 17 - Running Raspbian OS on QUEMU to learn ARM assembly Jan 20 2020

Hello,

I hope you had a good weekend and are ready for the new week. How is January going for you? It feels like it's going quite fast, but also excited about what the new year will bring.

Have you had time to view the General Magic documentary I recommended...

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Newsletter # 16 Understanding buffer overflows using Radare2 Jan 10 2020

Hello,

I'm back, I took a small break last week, no writing and no newsletter. I hope you had a delightful end of the holiday season. I'm ready to get back to my usual routine.

I've been travelling across time zones lately and thinking about time....

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Newsletter # 15 - Using radare2 to patch a binary Dec 28 2019

Hello,

I hope that you had a good week, and if you celebrate Christmas, I hope you had a good one. I've been enjoying this week playing with binaries.

I sometimes feel like keeping up with high-level languages like Swift and JavaScript is very tiring...

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