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From: merharm at wra.net (matt merhar)
Subject: erm. new+improved www content

get a job already, lamer!!!!!!!!!!!

On Mon, 7 Oct 2002 21:28:02 -0700
silvio@....net.au wrote:

> ok.. so i'm starting to slowly populate my website again with some
> things that may be interesting.  nothing fantastically new on it to be
> honest, but perhaps alot will find something interesting.
> 
> www.big.net.au/~silvio/
> 
> i'm only _starting_ to move across some content atm, so much more will
> be added bit by bit.. but atm, there is probably enough things for
> people to take a look at.
> 
> i'm learning python and some things, non c. you might see more scripts
> than c code on the site, depending on what i put up ;-)
> 
> graphing/
> 
> lots of postscript graphs, all of which are automatically generated
> for various things.  eg, callgraphs for awk/bash scripts, routing
> maps (interior + exterior).  dns maps.  system call state transitions,
> mostly through dynamic analysis etc.  some arp graphs on a network
> showing ip relationships.  linking/function graphs etc
> 
> 0. (zeropoint)
> 
> just archiving the stuff i've posted talking about bugs or
> vulnerabilities with zero point.
> 
> coding/
> 
> added some anti-debugging stuff that i've talked about on f-d.. the
> ld preload stuff.  modifying binaries to not be ltraced.  some stuff i
> suppose is new (public), is the symbol swapping in binaries.  for at
> least, one of the source files, a binary patch is required as
> postprocessing(to swap writev/ptrace symbol trings) - /bin/vi is the
> hex editor of choice here.
> 
> 1 elf source specific to gnu, that does some compression on the .plt
> (its all redundant in standard stuff you know).
> 
> something i was working on tonight i put up.. its a control flow
> grapher of binary (given a start/stop address), using python +
> objdump.  at~115 lines.. its pretty easy to demonstrate that its
> possible to do quickly, even in a language your just learning :) 
> postscript graphs are also available to see what it does without
> looking at the source.
> 
> there is a .h dependancy graph constructor also as a python script
> etc.
> 
> most of the code is b0rked really, as they are typically quick things
> i've done and then put away for a rainy day.  nothing beyond tiny
> sources are currently on the site.  this may change in the future.
> 
> politics/
> 
> this will probably grow.. and i'll archive/link to people if they ask
> :) right now it just has one bit of commentry on the t0rnk1t stuff.
> 
> non_ms_vendors/
> 
> not microsft :)
> 
> 
> anyway.. sure, this is a pointless mail.  but i guess since i'm
> unemployed i can just move some stuff across to the web, and play with
> some new stuff here and there also ;-)
> 
> --
> Silvio
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