Arab Security Cyber Wargames Finals 2020 was held on September 12th in Nile Ritz Cairo. Photo Credit: Arab Security Conference. This time I was the author of three of the five challenges presented in the finals. Here are the writeups for them.
We’ve all seen how 2020 is a very different year compared to the years of the last decade. Even after things get back to “normal”, they just won’t be the same. That is due to a lot of changing factors around us that we can’t directly control such as the economy, the political scenes, and a lot of others. We’re unable to predict what will happen...
I wrote this post back in late May 2019 but hadn’t published it and I don’t really remember why I didn’t. It was supposed to be a follow up for the post on the buffer overflow basics. Anyway since I’ve already written it, here it is.
The IdeaPad 310 (specifically) is a horrible laptop, the keyboard layout was designed by a person whom I can almost swear has never used a keyboard before and the build is extremely cheap. I mean, come on, who places the shift key right next to the arrow key LIKE THIS.
EG-CTF Finals 2019 was held on December 4th in EIEC, New Cairo at ICT 2019’s venue. The challenges were extremely fun and challenging and I learned A LOT during the CTF.
You put on your black hoodie, install Kali Linux, change your Facebook cover photo to edgiest pic related to security that you can find and boom! hacker mode. Hell yes, you’re ready to become the next Elliot Alderson and hack the FBI with your 1337 command line tools, that router in your neighbour’s living room that you always wanted access to, ...
In this post I’ll be talking about how to run MASM alongside Irvine library on your Linux system. MASM and Irvine library are both requirements for the assembly language course at my college, and well, I am not a fan of Windows so here they are on Linux.
CyberTalents’ Egypt National Cyber Security CTF 2019 was held on September 7th in Intercontinental City Stars, Cairo. It was a pretty fun experience for me, as I had never participated in the nationals before. My team and I solved 3 challenges during the CTF and one after it. Here are the writeups for what we solved:
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