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Intel Processor Trace is a hardware level execution tracing utility provided by Intel. The information provided is highly compressed allowing passing of granular information. So, instead of using QEMU for coverage guided blackbox fuzzing, Intel-PT should provide a rather performant way.

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Introduction

If you need an introduction to AFL, you have probably missed out a lot in the instrumented binary fuzzing saga for the past couple of years. afl-fuzz(fuzzer part of this toolset) is extremely fast, easy to use and requires minimal configuration. Technical details of AFL are available here …


Introduction

If you need an introduction to AFL, you have probably missed out a lot in the instrumented binary fuzzing saga for the past couple of years. afl-fuzz(fuzzer part of this toolset) is extremely fast, easy to use and requires minimal configuration. Technical details of AFL are available here …


Playing with python PEX files [Python]

Introduction

Recently I have been coming across lots of Python EXecutables. This seems to be a popular way of distributing python programs along with their dependencies. All that is necessary is a compatible python runtime. A very quick and a bit outdated WTF is PEX?. In most cases …


Configuring bspwm for my setup [Linux]

After about few months with i3, I stumbled upon i3gaps in my quest for some space between the tiling windows. If you haven't heard or used i3 like window manager, you might prefer using it first. Soon, I started seeing awesome configurations of herbstluftwm and bspwm. Out of these two …


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