Crypt : A Personal Cloud

Crypt Before we begin discussing my weekend project, let me ask you a little question. A question that you might have pondered upon at some or the other moment of life. A question that excites some and confuses others. A question whose answer holds more value than what meets the eye at first glance. A […]

Buffer Overflow Tutorial Part 2 : Intro to assembly

Last time I wrote about the stack and its basic operations, namely, Push and Pop. Continuing our tutorial of Buffer Overflow tutorial, this time we’re going to get introduced to Assembly language. Please note that there’s a lot of theory we need to cover before we could actually dive into the practical aspects of buffer […]

Buffer Overflow Part 1: Introduction to Stack

I’ve been learning about Buffer Overflow for quite some time and I thought it’d be nice to share my learnings with others and this is the reason for this Tutorial. Who is this Tutorial for? This tutorial is for beginners who have little programming experience and wants to know what BOF is and how exactly […]

Understanding SSL Certificates

A week ago, at work, I needed to work with some self-signed SSL certificates and that’s when I realized that a lot of us didn’t have a good understanding of what certificates are and what their use is. So I decided to take some time out to write about this topic. But, before we jump […]

Vulnhub – Necromancer

A friend of mine told me about Vulnhub.com where people upload various vulnerable images. Hackers, security professionals and anyone interested in cyber security can download an image of their choice, setup their virtual environment and have fun. I decided to give it a try too and chose┬áNecromancer as my first image. The interesting name was […]