FREE Reverse Engineering Tutorial

Reverse Engineering Tutorial

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A FREE comprehensive reverse engineering tutorial covering x86, x64, 32-bit ARM & 64-bit ARM architectures.

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x86 Course


Lesson 1: x86 Course (Part 1: Goals)

This tutorial will begin with the basic concepts of malware reverse engineering and graduate to an entry-level basic examination of Assembly Language.

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Lesson 2: x86 Course (Part 2: Techniques)

This tutorial will address the two basic techniques that you can employ when analyzing malware. The first being static analysis and the other being dynamic analysis.

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Lesson 3: x86 Course (Part 3: Types Of Malware)

This tutorial will address the basic forms of malware and how they work in simple terms.

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Lesson 4: x86 Course (Part 4: x86 Assembly Intro)

This tutorial will address x86 Assembly Languages and their usage to produce object code for the aforementioned series of processors.

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Lesson 5: x86 Course (Part 5: Binary Number System)

This tutorial will address the very basics of the binary number system.

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Lesson 6: x86 Course (Part 6: Hexadecimal Number System)

This tutorial will address the very basics of the hexadecimal number system.

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Lesson 7: x86 Course (Part 7: Transistors And Memory)

This tutorial will address the basics of transistors and memory.

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Lesson 8: x86 Course (Part 8 – Bytes, Words, Double Words, etc…)

This tutorial will address the basics of memory and examine our first GDB debugger instance and examine our first real look into our computers memory and instructions.

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Lesson 9: x86 Course (Part 9: x86 Basic Architecture)

This tutorial will address the basic architecture of an x86 processor.

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Lesson 10: x86 Course (Part 10: General-purpose Registers)

This tutorial will address the general purpose x86 registers.

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Lesson 11: x86 Course (Part 11: Segment Registers)

This tutorial will address the x86 segment registers.

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Lesson 12: x86 Course (Part 12: Instruction Pointer Register)

This tutorial will address the x86 instruction pointer register.

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Lesson 13: x86 Course (Part 13: Control Registers)

This tutorial will address the x86 control registers.

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Lesson 14: x86 Course (Part 14: Flags)

This tutorial will address the status, control and systems flags.

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Lesson 15: x86 Course (Part 15: Stack)

This tutorial will address the stack.

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Lesson 16: x86 Course (Part 16: Heap)

This tutorial will address the heap.

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Lesson 17: x86 Course (Part 17 – How To Install Linux)

This tutorial will address how to install Ubuntu Linux on both Windows and MAC.

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Lesson 18: x86 Course (Part 18 – vim Text Editor)

This tutorial will address how to install the vim text editor.

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Lesson 19: x86 Course (Part 19 – Why Learn Assembly)

This tutorial will address the age old question of why to bother understanding the basics of Assembly Language.

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Lesson 20: x86 Course (Part 20 – Instruction Code Handling)

This tutorial will address op codes and instruction code handling.

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Lesson 21: x86 Course (Part 21 – How To Compile A Program)

This tutorial will address how to compile a basic x86 Assembly Program.

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Lesson 22: x86 Course (Part 22 – ASM Program 1 [Moving Immediate Data])

This tutorial will address how to create our first real Assembly Program by moving immediate data.

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Lesson 23: x86 Course (Part 23 – ASM Debugging 1 [Moving Immediate Data])

This tutorial will address how to debug our first real Assembly Program by moving immediate data.

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Lesson 24: x86 Course (Part 24 – ASM Hacking 1 [Moving Immediate Data])

This tutorial will address how to hack our first real Assembly Program by moving immediate data.

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Lesson 25: x86 Course (Part 25 – ASM Program 2 [Moving Data Between Registers])

This tutorial will address how to create our second real Assembly Program by moving between registers.

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Lesson 26: x86 Course (Part 26 – ASM Debugging 2 [Moving Data Between Registers])

This tutorial will address how to debug our second real Assembly Program by moving between registers.

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Lesson 27: x86 Course (Part 27 – ASM Hacking 2 [Moving Data Between Registers])

This tutorial will address how to hack our second real Assembly Program by moving between registers.

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Lesson 28: x86 Course (Part 28 – ASM Program 3 [Moving Data Between Memory And Registers])

This tutorial will address how to create our third real Assembly Program by moving between memory and registers

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Lesson 29: x86 Course (Part 29 – ASM Debugging 3 [Moving Data Between Memory And Registers])

This tutorial will address how to debug our third real Assembly Program by moving between memory and registers.

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Lesson 30: x86 Course (Part 30 – ASM Hacking 3 [Moving Data Between Memory And Registers])

This tutorial will address how to hack our third real Assembly Program by moving between memory and registers.

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Lesson 31: x86 Course (Part 31 – ASM Program 4 [Moving Data Between Registers And Memory])

This tutorial will address how to create our fourth real Assembly Program by moving between registers and memory.

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Lesson 32: x86 Course (Part 32 – ASM Debugging 4 [Moving Data Between Registers And Memory])

This tutorial will address how to debug our fourth real Assembly Program by moving between registers and memory.

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Lesson 33: x86 Course (Part 33 – ASM Hacking 4 [Moving Data Between Registers And Memory])

This tutorial will address how to hack our fourth real Assembly Program by moving between registers and memory.

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Lesson 34: x86 Course (Part 34 – ASM Program 5 [Indirect Addressing With Registers])

This tutorial will address how to create our fifth real Assembly Program by indirect addressing with registers.

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Lesson 35: x86 Course (Part 35 – ASM Debugging 5 [Indirect Addressing With Registers])

This tutorial will address how to debug our fifth real Assembly Program by indirect addressing with registers.

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Lesson 36: x86 Course (Part 36 – ASM Hacking 5 [Indirect Addressing With Registers])

This tutorial will address how to hack our fifth real Assembly Program by indirect addressing with registers.

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Lesson 37: x86 Course (Part 37 – ASM Program 6 [CMOV Instructions])

This tutorial will address how to hack our sixth real Assembly Program with CMOV instructions.

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Lesson 38: x86 Course (Part 38 – ASM Debugging 6 [CMOV Instructions])

This tutorial will address how to debug our sixth real Assembly Program with CMOV instructions.

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Lesson 39: x86 Course (Part 39 – ASM Hacking 6 [CMOV Instructions])

This tutorial will address how to hack our sixth real Assembly Program with CMOV instructions.

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Lesson 40: x86 Course (Part 40 – Conclusion)

This tutorial will conclude this x86 tutorial.

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ARM-32 Course 1


Lesson 41: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 1 – The Meaning Of Life)

This tutorial will introduce our ARM-32 Course 1 tutorial series.

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Lesson 42: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 2 – Number Systems)

This tutorial will discuss number systems such as binary, decimal and hexadecimal in detail.

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Lesson 43: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 3 – Binary Addition)

This tutorial will discuss binary addition.

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Lesson 44: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 4 – Binary Subtraction)

This tutorial will discuss binary subtraction.

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Lesson 45: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 5 – Word Lengths)

This tutorial will discuss word lengths.

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Lesson 46: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 6 – Registers)

This tutorial will discuss registers.

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Lesson 47: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 7 – Program Counter)

This tutorial will discuss the program counter.

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Lesson 48: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 8 – CPSR)

This tutorial will discuss the CPSR.

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Lesson 49: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 9 – Link Register)

This tutorial will discuss the Link Register.

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Lesson 50: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 10 – Stack Pointer)

This tutorial will discuss the Stack Pointer.

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Lesson 51: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 11 – ARM Firmware Boot Procedures)

This tutorial will discuss ARM Firmware Boot Procedures.

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Lesson 52: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 12 – Von Neumann Architecture)

This tutorial will discuss Von Neumann Architecture.

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Lesson 53: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 13 – Instruction Pipeline)

This tutorial will discuss the instruction pipeline.

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Lesson 54: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 14 – ADD)

This tutorial will discuss the add instruction.

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Lesson 55: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 15 – Debugging ADD)

This tutorial will discuss debugging the add instruction.

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Lesson 56: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 16 – Hacking ADD)

This tutorial will discuss hacking the add instruction.

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Lesson 57: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 17 – ADDS)

This tutorial will discuss the adds instruction.

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Lesson 58: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 18 – Debugging ADDS)

This tutorial will discuss debugging the adds instruction.

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Lesson 59: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 19 – Hacking ADDS)

This tutorial will discuss hacking the adds instruction.

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Lesson 60: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 20 – ADC)

This tutorial will discuss the ADC instruction.

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Lesson 61: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 21 – Debugging ADC)

This tutorial will discuss debugging the ADC instruction.

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Lesson 62: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 22 – Hacking ADC)

This tutorial will discuss hacking the ADC instruction.

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Lesson 63: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 23 – SUB)

This tutorial will discuss the SUB instruction.

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Lesson 64: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 24 – Debugging SUB)

This tutorial will discuss debugging the SUB instruction.

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Lesson 65: ARM-32 Course 1 (Part 25 – Hacking SUB)

This tutorial will discuss hacking the SUB instruction.

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ARM-32 Course 2


Lesson 66: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 1 – The Meaning Of Life Part 2)

This tutorial will introduce our ARM-32 Course 2 course.

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Lesson 67: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 2 – Number Systems)

This tutorial will discuss number systems.

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Lesson 68: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 3 – Binary Addition)

This tutorial will discuss binary addition.

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Lesson 69: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 4 – Binary Subtraction)

This tutorial will discuss binary subtraction.

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Lesson 70: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 5 – Word Lengths)

This tutorial will discuss word lengths.

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Lesson 71: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 6 – Registers)

This tutorial will discuss registers.

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Lesson 72: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 7 – Program Counter)

This tutorial will discuss program counter.

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Lesson 73: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 8 – CPSR)

This tutorial will discuss the CPSR.

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Lesson 74: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 9 – Link Register)

This tutorial will discuss the link register.

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Lesson 75: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 10 – Stack Pointer)

This tutorial will discuss the stack pointer.

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Lesson 76: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 11 – Firmware Boot Procedures)

This tutorial will discuss the firmware boot procedures.

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Lesson 77: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 12 – Von Neumann Architecture)

This tutorial will discuss the Von Neumann Architecture.

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Lesson 78: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 13 – Instruction Pipeline)

This tutorial will discuss the instruction pipeline.

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Lesson 79: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 14 – Hello World)

This tutorial will discuss the basics of a hello world program in ARM 32-bit.

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Lesson 80: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 15 – Debugging Hello World)

This tutorial will discuss debugging hello world.

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Lesson 81: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 16 – Hacking Hello World)

This tutorial will discuss hacking hello world.

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Lesson 82: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 17 – Constants)

This tutorial will discuss constants.

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Lesson 83: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 18 – Debugging Constants)

This tutorial will discuss debugging constants.

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Lesson 84: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 19 – Hacking Constants)

This tutorial will discuss hacking constants.

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Lesson 85: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 20 – Character Variables)

This tutorial will discuss character variables.

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Lesson 86: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 21 – Debugging Character Variables)

This tutorial will discuss debugging character variables.

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Lesson 87: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 22 – Hacking Character Variables)

This tutorial will discuss hacking character variables.

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Lesson 88: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 23 – Boolean Variables)

This tutorial will discuss boolean variables.

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Lesson 89: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 24 – Debugging Boolean Variables)

This tutorial will discuss debugging boolean variables.

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Lesson 90: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 25 – Hacking Boolean Variables)

This tutorial will discuss hacking boolean variables.

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Lesson 91: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 26 – Integer Variables)

This tutorial will discuss integer variables.

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Lesson 92: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 27 – Debugging Integer Variables)

This tutorial will discuss debugging integer variables.

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Lesson 93: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 28 – Hacking Integer Variables)

This tutorial will discuss hacking integer variables.

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Lesson 94: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 29 – Float Variables)

This tutorial will discuss float variables.

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Lesson 95: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 30 – Debugging Float Variables)

This tutorial will discuss debugging float variables.

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Lesson 96: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 31 – Hacking Float Variables)

This tutorial will discuss hacking float variables.

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Lesson 97: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 32 – Double Variables)

This tutorial will discuss double variables.

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Lesson 98: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 33 – Debugging Double Variables)

This tutorial will discuss debugging double variables.

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Lesson 99: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 34 – Hacking Double Variables)

This tutorial will discuss hacking double variables.

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Lesson 100: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 35 – SizeOf Operator)

This tutorial will discuss the sizeof operator.

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Lesson 101: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 36 – Debugging SizeOf Operator)

This tutorial will discuss debugging sizeof operator.

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Lesson 102: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 37 – Hacking SizeOf Operator)

This tutorial will discuss hacking sizeof operator.

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Lesson 103: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 38 – Pre-Increment Operator)

This tutorial will discuss the pre-increment operator.

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Lesson 104: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 39 – Debugging Pre-Increment Operator)

This tutorial will discuss debugging pre-increment operator.

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Lesson 105: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 40 – Hacking Pre-Increment Operator)

This tutorial will discuss hacking pre-increment operator.

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Lesson 106: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 41 – Post-Increment Operator)

This tutorial will discuss the post-increment operator.

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Lesson 107: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 42 – Debugging Post-Increment Operator)

This tutorial will discuss debugging post-increment operator.

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Lesson 108: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 43 – Hacking Post-Increment Operator)

This tutorial will discuss hacking post-increment operator.

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Lesson 109: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 44 – Pre-Decrement Operator)

This tutorial will discuss the pre-decrement operator.

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Lesson 110: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 45 – Debugging Pre-Decrement Operator)

This tutorial will discuss debugging pre-decrement operator.

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Lesson 111: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 46 – Hacking Pre-Decrement Operator)

This tutorial will discuss hacking pre-decrement operator.

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Lesson 112: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 47 – Post-Decrement Operator)

This tutorial will discuss post-decrement operator.

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Lesson 113: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 48 – Debugging Post-Decrement Operator)

This tutorial will discuss debugging post-decrement operator.

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Lesson 114: ARM-32 Course 2 (Part 49 – Hacking Post-Decrement Operator)

This tutorial will discuss hacking post-decrement operator.

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ARM-32 Project Course


Lesson 115: ARM-32 Project (Part 1 – Hacking Hello World)

ARM 32-bit Raspberry Pi Hacking Hello World example in Kali Linux. -> Click HERE to read the project on GitHub.

Lesson 116: ARM-32 Project (Part 2 – Hacking Int)

ARM 32-bit Raspberry Pi Hacking Int example in Kali Linux. -> Click HERE to read the project on GitHub.

Lesson 117: ARM-32 Project (Part 3 – Hacking Float)

ARM 32-bit Raspberry Pi Hacking Float example in Kali Linux. -> Click HERE to read the project on GitHub.

Lesson 118: ARM-32 Project (Part 4 – Hacking Double)

ARM 32-bit Raspberry Pi Hacking Double example in Kali Linux. -> Click HERE to read the project on GitHub.

Lesson 119: ARM-32 Project (Part 5 – Hacking Char)

ARM 32-bit Raspberry Pi Hacking Char example in Kali Linux. -> Click HERE to read the project on GitHub.

Lesson 120: ARM-32 Project (Part 6 – Hacking Char Pointer)

ARM 32-bit Raspberry Pi Char Pointer example in Kali Linux. -> Click HERE to read the project on GitHub.

x64 Course


Lesson 121: x64 Course (Part 1 – The Cyber Revolution)

This tutorial will discuss the cyber revolution.

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Lesson 122: x64 Course (Part 2 – Transistors)

This tutorial will discuss transistors.

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Lesson 123: x64 Course (Part 3 – Logic Gates)

This tutorial will discuss logic gates.

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Lesson 124: x64 Course (Part 4 – Number Systems)

This tutorial will discuss number systems.

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Lesson 125: x64 Course (Part 5 – Binary Addition)

This tutorial will discuss binary addition.

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Lesson 126: x64 Course (Part 6 – Binary Subtraction)

This tutorial will discuss binary subtraction.

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Lesson 127: x64 Course (Part 7 – Word Lengths)

This tutorial will discuss word lengths.

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Lesson 128: x64 Course (Part 8 – General Architecture)

This tutorial will discuss the general architecture.

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Lesson 129: x64 Course (Part 9 – Calling Conventions)

This tutorial will discuss calling conventions.

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Lesson 130: x64 Course (Part 10 – Boolean Instructions)

This tutorial will discuss boolean instructions.

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Lesson 131: x64 Course (Part 11 – Pointers)

This tutorial will discuss pointers.

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Lesson 132: x64 Course (Part 12 – Load Effective Address)

This tutorial will discuss load effective address.

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Lesson 133: x64 Course (Part 13 – The Data Segment)

This tutorial will discuss the data segment.

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Lesson 134: x64 Course (Part 14 – SHL Instruction)

This tutorial will discuss the shl instruction.

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Lesson 135: x64 Course (Part 15 – SHR Instruction)

This tutorial will discuss the shr instruction.

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Lesson 136: x64 Course (Part 16 – ROL Instruction)

This tutorial will discuss rol instruction.

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Lesson 137: x64 Course (Part 17 – ROR Instruction)

This tutorial will discuss the ror instruction.

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Lesson 138: x64 Course (Part 18 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 1])

This tutorial will discuss boot sector basics.

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Lesson 139: x64 Course (Part 19 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 2])

This tutorial will discuss more boot sector basics.

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Lesson 140: x64 Course (Part 20 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 3])

This tutorial will discuss more boot sector basics.

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Lesson 141: x64 Course (Part 21 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 4])

This tutorial will discuss more boot sector basics.

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Lesson 142: x64 Course (Part 22 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 5])

This tutorial will discuss more boot sector basics.

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Lesson 143: x64 Course (Part 23 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 6])

This tutorial will discuss more boot sector basics.

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Lesson 144: x64 Course (Part 24 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 7])

This tutorial will discuss more boot sector basics.

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Lesson 145: x64 Course (Part 25 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 8])

This tutorial will discuss more boot sector basics.

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Lesson 146: x64 Course (Part 26 – Boot Sector Basics [Part 9])

This tutorial will discuss more boot sector basics.

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Lesson 147: x64 Course (Part 27 – x64 Assembly [Part 1])

This tutorial will discuss x64 assembly.

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Lesson 148: x64 Course (Part 28 – x64 Assembly [Part 2])

This tutorial will discuss more x64 assembly.

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Lesson 149: x64 Course (Part 29 – x64 Assembly [Part 3])

This tutorial will discuss more x64 assembly.

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Lesson 150: x64 Course (Part 30 – x64 Assembly [Part 4])

This tutorial will discuss more x64 assembly.

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Lesson 151: x64 Course (Part 31 – x64 Assembly [Part 5])

This tutorial will discuss more x64 assembly.

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Lesson 152: x64 Course (Part 32 – x64 Assembly [Part 6])

This tutorial will discuss more x64 assembly.

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Lesson 153: x64 Course (Part 33 – x64 Assembly [Part 7])

This tutorial will discuss more x64 assembly.

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Lesson 154: x64 Course (Part 34 – x64 C++ 1 Code [Part 1])

This tutorial will discuss c++ code as it relates to 64-bit assembly.

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Lesson 155: x64 Course (Part 35 – x64 C++ 2 Debug [Part 2])

This tutorial will discuss more c++ code as it relates to 64-bit assembly.

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Lesson 156: x64 Course (Part 36 – x64 C++ 3 Hacking [Part 3])

This tutorial will discuss more c++ code as it relates to 64-bit assembly.

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Lesson 157: x64 Course (Part 37 – x64 C & Genesis Of Life)

This tutorial will discuss c and how it relates to x64 assembly.

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Lesson 158: x64 Course (Part 38 – x64 Networking Basics)

This tutorial will discuss x64 networking basics.

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Lesson 159: x64 Course (Part 39 – Why C?)

This tutorial will discuss the power of the c language.

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Lesson 160: x64 Course (Part 40 – Hacking Hello World!)

This tutorial will discuss hacking hello world.

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Lesson 161: x64 Course (Part 41 – Hacking Variables!)

This tutorial will discuss hacking variables.

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Lesson 162: x64 Course (Part 42 – Hacking Branches!)

This tutorial will discuss hacking branches.

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Lesson 163: x64 Course (Part 43 – Hacking Pointers!)

This tutorial will discuss hacking pointers.

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ARM-64 Course


Lesson 164: ARM-64 Course (Part 1 – The Meaning Of Life)

In this lesson we will discuss the course concepts and the meaning of life.

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Lesson 165: ARM-64 Course (Part 2 – Development Setup)

In this lesson we will discuss how to set up our development in 64-bit ARM with Kali Linux.

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Lesson 166: ARM-64 Course (Part 3 – “Hello World”)

In this lesson we will discuss how to write and compile a simple hello world program in C++.

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Lesson 167: ARM-64 Course (Part 4 – Debugging “Hello World”)

In this lesson we will debug our simple hello world program.

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Lesson 168: ARM-64 Course (Part 5 – Hacking “Hello World”)

In this lesson we will hack our simple hello world program.

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Lesson 169: ARM-64 Course (Part 6 – Basic I/O)

In this lesson we will discuss how to write and compile a simple basicio program in C++ and discuss basic input validation.

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Lesson 170: ARM-64 Course (Part 7 – Debugging Basic I/O)

In this lesson we will discuss how to debug a simple basicio program in C++ and discuss basic input validation.

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Lesson 171: ARM-64 Course (Part 8 – Hacking Basic I/O)

In this lesson we will discuss how to hack a simple basicio program in C++ and discuss basic input validation.

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Lesson 172: ARM-64 Course (Part 9 – Character Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss the char primitive datatype.

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Lesson 173: ARM-64 Course (Part 10 – Debugging Character Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the char primitive datatype.

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Lesson 174: ARM-64 Course (Part 11 – Hacking Character Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the char primitive datatype.

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Lesson 175: ARM-64 Course (Part 12 – Boolean Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss the boolean primitive datatype.

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Lesson 176: ARM-64 Course (Part 13 – Debugging Boolean Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the boolean primitive datatype.

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Lesson 177: ARM-64 Course (Part 14 – Hacking Boolean Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the boolean primitive datatype.

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Lesson 178: ARM-64 Course (Part 15 – Float Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss the float primitive datatype.

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Lesson 179: ARM-64 Course (Part 16 – Debugging Float Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the float primitive datatype.

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Lesson 180: ARM-64 Course (Part 17 – Hacking Float Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the float primitive datatype.

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Lesson 181: ARM-64 Course (Part 18 – Double Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss the double primitive datatype.

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Lesson 182: ARM-64 Course (Part 19 – Debugging Double Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the double primitive datatype.

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Lesson 183: ARM-64 Course (Part 20 – Hacking Double Primitive Datatype)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the double primitive datatype.

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Pico Hacking Course


Lesson 184: Pico Hacking Course (Part 1 – The Why, The How…)

In this lesson we will discuss the basic setup of the development environment for the Raspberry Pi Pico.

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Lesson 185: Pico Hacking Course (Part 2 – Hello World)

In this lesson we will discuss the basic Hello World program.

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Lesson 186: Pico Hacking Course (Part 3 – Debugging Hello World)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the basic Hello World program.

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Lesson 187: Pico Hacking Course (Part 4 – Hacking Hello World)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the basic Hello World program.

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Lesson 188: Pico Hacking Course (Part 5 – char)

In this lesson we will discuss the char data type.

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Lesson 189: Pico Hacking Course (Part 6 – Debugging char)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the char data type.

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Lesson 190: Pico Hacking Course (Part 7 – Hacking char)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the char data type.

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Lesson 191: Pico Hacking Course (Part 8 – int)

In this lesson we will discuss the int data type.

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Lesson 192: Pico Hacking Course (Part 9 – Debugging int)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the int data type.

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Lesson 193: Pico Hacking Course (Part 10 – Hacking int)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the int data type.

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Lesson 194: Pico Hacking Course (Part 11 – float)

In this lesson we will discuss the float data type.

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Lesson 195: Pico Hacking Course (Part 12 – Debugging float)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the float data type.

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Lesson 196: Pico Hacking Course (Part 13 – Hacking float)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the float data type.

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Lesson 197: Pico Hacking Course (Part 14 – double)

In this lesson we will discuss the double data type.

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Lesson 198: Pico Hacking Course (Part 15 – Debugging double)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging the double data type.

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Lesson 199: Pico Hacking Course (Part 16 – Hacking double)

In this lesson we will discuss hacking the double data type.

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Lesson 200: Pico Hacking Course (Part 17 – “ABSOLUTE POWER CORRUPTS ABSOLUTELY!”, The Tragic Tale Of Input…)

In this lesson we will discuss the concept of proper input handling.

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Lesson 201: Pico Hacking Course (Part 18 – “FOR 800 YEARS HAVE I TRAINED JEDI!”, The FORCE That IS Input…)

In this lesson we will discuss the importance of proper input handling in addition to breaking down our custom input function.

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Lesson 202: Pico Hacking Course (Part 19 – Input)

In this lesson we will discuss creating an effective input architecture.

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Lesson 203: Pico Hacking Course (Part 20 – Debugging Input)

In this lesson we will discuss debugging input.

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AArch64 Bytes Articles


AArch64 Bytes Articles (Part 1: Reversing Exit)

In this bite we learn about what happens at the very core of a 32-bit AArch64 instruction by reversing the exit Linux syscall.

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AArch64 Bytes Articles (Part 2: 64-bit Immediate Values)

In this bite we learn about how to handle moving a 64-bit immediate value into a 64-bit register.

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AArch64 Bytes Articles (Part 3: Yet Another Upper)

In this bite we learn how to create a simple parsing algorithm to convert a string’s lowercase chars to uppercase, timeless Assembler example.

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ToyOS


ToyOS Operating System

ToyOS is a simple x86 OS that only accepts numeric values into the input stream and returns them to a standard out console.

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Hacking Windows Course


Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 1 – Hello World)

This chapter covers the basics of designing a very simple Windows Assembly Language message box program in pure Assembly for both x86 and x64 architectures.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 2: Debugging Hello World x86)

This chapter covers the dynamic reverse engineering analysis, debugging, of the Hello World app in x86 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 3: Hacking Hello World x86)

This chapter covers the dynamic reverse engineering analysis, hacking, of the Hello World app in x86 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 4: Debugging Hello World x64)

This chapter covers the dynamic reverse engineering analysis, debugging, of the Hello World app in x64 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 5: Hacking Hello World x64)

This chapter covers the dynamic reverse engineering analysis, hacking, of the Hello World app in x64 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 6: Directories)

This chapter covers reviewing the Windows API CreateDirectoryW and RemoveDirectoryW functions in C.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 7: Debugging Directories x86)

This chapter covers dynamic reverse engineering analysis, debugging, the Windows API CreateDirectoryW and RemoveDirectoryW functions in x86 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 8: Hacking Directories x86)

This chapter covers dynamic reverse engineering analysis, hacking, the Windows API CreateDirectoryW and RemoveDirectoryW functions in x86 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 9: Debugging Directories x64)

This chapter covers dynamic reverse engineering analysis, debugging, the Windows API CreateDirectoryW and RemoveDirectoryW functions in x64 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 10: Hacking Directories x64)

This chapter covers dynamic reverse engineering analysis, hacking, the Windows API CreateDirectoryW and RemoveDirectoryW functions in x64 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 11: CopyFile)

This chapter covers reviewing the Windows API CopyFileW function in C.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 12: Debugging CopyFile x86)

This chapter covers dynamic reverse engineering analysis, debugging, the Windows API CopyFileW function in x86 Assembly.

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Hacking Windows Course (Chapter 13: Hacking CopyFile x86)

This chapter covers dynamic reverse engineering analysis, hacking, the Windows API CopyFileW function in x86 Assembly.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course

Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 1: Setup)

In this lesson we set up a basic Ubuntu computer connected directly to an inexpensive tap which connects to your home router. I have provided products you can purchase if you do not have existing parts however please feel free to use any network tap of your choosing and/or any additional Ethernet adapters or cables of your choosing.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 2: alert-all-notices.zeek)

In this lesson we create an alert by logging all notices that Zeek deems worthy of your attention to the notice.log file in addition to sending you an email.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 3: conn.log)

In this lesson we will show the source IP addresses and ports and their destination IP addresses and ports.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 4: conn.log – 2)

In this lesson we will show the source IP addresses that generated the most network traffic, organized in descending order.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 5: conn.log – 3)

In this lesson we will show the destination ports that received the most network traffic, organized in descending order.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 6: conn.log – 4)

In this lesson we will show the number of connections per protocol service.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 7: conn.log – 5)

In this lesson we will show the distinct browsers used by the hosts.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 8: conn.log – 6)

In this lesson we will show the source and destination IP addresses of all UDP and TCP connections that lasted more than 90 seconds.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 9: conn.log – 7)

In this lesson we will show whether there any web servers operating on non-standardized ports.

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Zeek Network Security Monitor Course (Lesson 10: conn.log – 8)

In this lesson we will show the state history of connections as a string of letters.

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Fundamental Go Course


Fundamental Go Course (Chapter 1 – “Hello World”)

This lesson will discuss the timeless classic of, “Hello World”, and how strings work in Go.

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Fundamental Go Course (Chapter 2 – Debugging “Hello World”)

This lesson will discuss debugging the timeless classic of, “Hello World”, and how strings work in Go.

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Fundamental Go Course (Chapter 3 – Hacking “Hello World”)

This lesson will discuss hacking the timeless classic of, “Hello World”, and how strings work in Go.

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Fundamental Go Course (Chapter 4: Post-Analysis “Hello World)”

This lesson will discuss a completely post-analysis on the timeless classic of, “Hello World”, and a deep-dive look into the Go code reverse engineering.

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Fundamental Go Course (Chapter 5: C Pass By Value)

This lesson will discuss a simple C swap by value program where we create values in main, swap them in a function and check their values as they return.

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Fundamental Go Course (Chapter 6: Debugging C Pass By Value)

This lesson will discuss debugging a simple C swap by value program where we create values in main, swap them in a function and check their values as they return.

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Fundamental Go Course (Chapter 7: C Pass By Reference)

This lesson will discuss a simple C swap by reference program where we create values in main, swap them in a function and check their values as they return.

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Fundamental Go Course (Chapter 8: Debugging C Pass By Reference)

This lesson will discuss debugging a simple C swap by reference program where we create values in main, swap them in a function and check their values as they return.

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Fundamental Python Course

Fundamental Python Course (Chapter 1 – Basic I/O)

This lesson will discuss Python basic input and output.

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Fundamental Python Course (Chapter 2 – DataTypes & Numbers)

This lesson will discuss Python datatypes and numbers.

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Fundamental Python Course (Chapter 3 – Conditional Logic)

This lesson will discuss Python conditional logic.

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Fundamental Python Course (Chapter 4 – Lists, Tuples, Dictionaries & Loops)

This lesson will discuss Python lists, tuples, dictionaries & loops.

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Python For Kids Course

Python For Kids Course (Chapter 1 – Goals)

This lesson will begin with the basic concepts of why kids should learn to program in Python.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 2 – “Hello World”)

This lesson will step-by-step code our first program to have our little microcontroller say hello to the world!

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 3 – FUN With Images)

This lesson will step-by-step code a FUN image making program where our little microcontroller will make various faces to his new friend.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 4 – FUN With Numbers)

This lesson will step-by-step code a FUN program where we will work with numbers and learn about how to make variables with them.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 5 – FUN With Words)

This lesson will step-by-step code a FUN program where we will work with words and learn about how to make variables with them.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 6 – Fun With Word Lists)

This lesson will step-by-step code a FUN program where we will work with word lists and learn about how to make variables with them.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 7 – Fun With Music)

This lesson will step-by-step code a FUN song making program where our little microcontroller will play various songs to his new friend.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 8 – Fun With Talking Robots)

This lesson will step-by-step interact with a FUN talking robot where we can ask him questions and he will respond to us using his voice.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 9 – Basic I/O)

This lesson will discuss MicroPython basic input and output for the micro:bit.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 10 – DataTypes & Numbers)

This lesson will discuss MicroPython datatypes and numbers for the micro:bit.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 11 – Conditional Logic)

This lesson will discuss MicroPython conditional logic and application flow chart design for the micro:bit.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 12 – Lists, Tuples, Dictionaries & Loops)

This lesson will discuss MicroPython lists, tuples, dictionaries and loops for the micro:bit.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 13 – Functions)

This lesson will discuss MicroPython functions for the micro:bit.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 14 – Classes)

This lesson will discuss MicroPython classes for the micro:bit.

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Python For Kids Course (Chapter 15 – Unittest)

This lesson will discuss MicroPython unittest for the micro:bit.

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