The Armored Code
A blog talking about offensive and defensive security and how to craft software in a secure way
How to calculate your network address in CIDR notation
Sometime I need to quick nmap the network just right cable plug. Since I’m lazy I created a simple bash script to calculate the network address in CIDR notation, starting...
15 Jan 2019
The shellerate project: yet another framework for shellcode generation
Last summer, as I told on Codice Insicuro, my Italian blog about cybersecurity and related, I took the x86 Assembly Language and Shellcoding on Linux course and related certification.
08 Jan 2019
A Cracking the Perimeter journey: 1 - My Own lab
During those days I’m spending in the mountains with my family, I’m studying module 3 and 4 about backdooring executable with custom payloads and avoiding anti-viruses based on signature detection....
01 Jan 2019
A Cracking the Perimeter journey: 0 - the beginning
In 2018 I refreshed my offensive security skills, attending the “Penetration test with Kali” course with the OSCP certification.
28 Dec 2018
Hello world... again
It was 2014 when I wrote the latest post on armoredcode.com. It was about Ruby patching Wednesday and tons of stuff changed in my life.
24 Sep 2018
Rails patching Wednesday
Past weeks were busy for Ruby on Rails core team and appsec people looking at the framework’s security. Yesterday, core rails member Aaron Patterson announced three Ruby on Rails security...
19 Feb 2014
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