Assembly Adventure (1)

Lately I’ve been attempting to achieve a deeper understanding of lower-level machine functions in my quest to gain a greater knowledge of computer security issues.  Things like reverse engineering, shellcode, C and malware functions are interesting to me, so let’s take it piece by piece.

One big part of this is wrapping my mind around assembly language.  It’s almost the lowest level of code, but not quite.  I’ve collected a few articles and resources to start jumping in:

opensecuritytraining.info

37 Basic Practices in Assembly Language Progamming

Pointers in C and x86 Assembly Language

Vulnlab Resources

A Shellcode Testbed

shell-storm.org

 

Once I get a good workflow going, I’ll post again.

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