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Programming with FASM – the format ELF executable – part 007 .

The tutorial for today is about debugging and FASM with fdbg tool. For debugging and testing you can use any debugger, but you can use the You can here all version for these operating system: GUI for Windows x64, Windows x64, Linux x64 and UEFI x64. I used the Linux x64 version for this tutorial.… Read More »

Linux – Create a bootable Windows 10 USB with the WoeUSB tool.

You need a USB stick to put the Windows 10 from the official website image with a size of 5.4 Gb.

Reboot with the USB stick with the boot set on USB Device and you can install the Windows 10.

Programming with FASM – the format ELF executable – part 006 .

Let’s read from a text file named new_file.txt with an assembler program.

The source code is easy to understand. This source code shows you how you can use a macro for print. The base of this source code use INT 0x80 with a rax register for many functions like open, read and close. I… Read More »

Programming with FASM – the format ELF executable – part 005 .

Let’s write into a text file named new_file.txt with an assembler program. First, you need to create this text file using the command touch.

The assembler FASM let us to write in the file using the INT 80 and some functions used with rax, rbx, rcx, rdx registers. For example the seek function of… Read More »

Programming with FASM – the format ELF executable – part 004 .

The tutorial for today is a simple one. I will show you how to delete the file created with in the last tutorial. Let’s create a new file named delete_file.fasm and used to delete the new_file.txt.

In the file delete_file.fasm I used the int 0x80 and mov rax, 10. The kernel is accessed using… Read More »

Error: Linux and inotify_add_watch.

This is a common report error and this doesn’t actually refer to the amount of storage space, but to the amount of inotify watches that are available for a given file system Linux show me this:

You can fix with this command:

Security – Detecting malware in Linux.

This tool is provided by R-fx Networks.

Change this row to scan_user_access=1 Now you can run it: