MalwareTech’s string challenges are so easy that everyone can do them. I’m writing this article in order to help those who struggle with them, but of course you could cheat and use a debugger.
I wanted to explore the magic of RFID and I bought a simple card reader from Banggood which allows me to read and
write 13.56MHz cards. The reader comes with one id tag and one card and it can be used to implement
projects like a door security system or a payment system.
The card and id tag that come with the board use classic mifare technology.
I decided that I want to do something new and I started to get into assembly and reverse engineering, hopefully I can build a career with this.
I watched some plural sight videos on the RE that gave me a nice introduction on subject but sadly nothing practical, and the content was not very detailed.
In this short article I will try to introduce you to the Tor Project and
what can you do in order to help it.
I’ve been working on a website for some time now, at first I’ve made it with Django + templates and now I use Django Rest Framework and Angular.
The website is supposed to be a platform for uploading papers and offer the ability to peer review them.
If you know what a Yubikey is, you may skip this section.
Yubikey is quite expensive device that acts as a portable GPG key, it is considered secure because once the private GPG key is on the device, it can’t be extracted again (unless someone finds a way).
Recently, I purchased a NodeMCU from AliExpress for about $4. The reason I did this was to find out what all the fuss is about with ESP8266.