The Armored Code
A blog talking about offensive and defensive security and how to craft software in a secure way
Digging into Vulnserver: fuzzing it
Vulnserver is a Win32 application built to simulate a TCP/IP server listening on port 9999 and accepting commands from unauthenticated clients.
15 Feb 2019
Getting root: Matrix
It was last year when I received the email saying I passed the Penetration testing with Kali Linux course and eventually I became an OSCP guy.
28 Jan 2019
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
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