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Sysmon EID 27 Bypass

Sysmon EID 27 Sysmon version 14.0 was released on the 16th of August 2022. The new version introduces a new Event ID: 27 FileBlockExecutable. It is kind of new for sysmon to block something from happening completely. So, it was interesting to think of a way to bypass it! I came across this post by Olaf Hartong. In this post, Olaf was previewin...

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There is No Single Roadmap

Here’s a very common misconception for beginners in the fields of technology: There is a single roadmap that you should follow in order to become successful or get a good job and not become the average Joe. This “single” roadmap differs so widely between people and subfields of the tech industry, that you can’t even find THE roadmap everyone is ...

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Variadic Functions & stdarg.h

printf If you’ve ever programmed using C or C++, you’ve probably come across the function printf(). It’s a very popular function and all of C/C++ coders have seen it before. printf (short for print formatted) basically prints formatted data to standard output (STDOUT). The function does so by using its format parameter, and the variables you w...

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Who Moved My Cheese?

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...

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IdeaPad 3XX (Realtek): Fixing the WiFi dropping on Linux

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.

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