Architecture Agnostic Function Detection In Binaries

Function start detection in stripped binaries is an undecidable problem. This should be no surprise. Many problems in the program analysis domain fall into this category. Add to that the numerous types of CPU architectures, compilers, programming languages, application binary interfaces (ABIs), etc. and you’re left with an interesting, multifaceted, hard problem. Accurate detection of both… Continue reading Architecture Agnostic Function Detection In Binaries

Penetration Testing Cheat Sheet For Windows Machine – Intrusion Detection

In the event that your Windows machine has been compromised or for any other reason, this Penetration Testing Cheat Sheet is intended to help. This Penetration Testing Cheat Sheet article is for Windows Administrators and security personnel to better execute a thorough examination of their framework (inside and out) keeping in mind the end goal is… Continue reading Penetration Testing Cheat Sheet For Windows Machine – Intrusion Detection

Wait, Do You Really Think That’s A YouTube URL? Spoofing Links On Facebook

While scrolling on Facebook how you decide which link/article should be clicked or opened? Facebook timeline and Messenger display title, description, thumbnail image and URL of every shared-link, and this information are enough to decide if the content is of your interest or not. Since Facebook is full of spam, clickbait and fake news articles… Continue reading Wait, Do You Really Think That’s A YouTube URL? Spoofing Links On Facebook

Bluetooth Keyboard – Asking for Passcode and not giving a PIN to type

So, I’m not sure how can I explain this better. But I happened to have a bluetooth keyboard linked to my tab which went rogue. I tried to remove the keyboard from bluetooth paired list and add it again. Biggest mistake, it just didn’t connect back. Rather than it’s normal prompt to type the PIN,… Continue reading Bluetooth Keyboard – Asking for Passcode and not giving a PIN to type

How to Use One Mouse and Keyboard Across Multiple Computers with Mouse Without Borders

If you’ve got multiple computers at your desk, you probably know that it’s a pain to use more than one keyboard and mouse. Here’s how to use a single keyboard and mouse on more than one PC using a tool from Microsoft. Most geeks will be familiar with Input Director and Synergy, which do the… Continue reading How to Use One Mouse and Keyboard Across Multiple Computers with Mouse Without Borders