Ground Zero: Part 3 – Reverse Engineering Basics – Linux on ARM64

Prologue As you might already be aware that ARM powers a variety of low-powered devices around us, including but not limited to, phones, routers, IoT devices.etc. Therefore, it is only … Continue reading “Ground Zero: Part 3 – Reverse Engineering Basics – Linux on ARM64”

Ground Zero: Part 2 – Reverse Engineering Basics – Windows x64

Prologue In the previous blog i.e. part 1, we reverse engineered a simple binary containing plaintext password in Linux with the help of GNU Debugger (GDB). In this blog however, … Continue reading “Ground Zero: Part 2 – Reverse Engineering Basics – Windows x64”

Ground Zero: Part 1 – Reverse Engineering Basics – Linux x64

Prologue The whole series of Ground Zero will focus on giving a push start to the beginners to get in the field of reverse engineering. Since this is the age … Continue reading “Ground Zero: Part 1 – Reverse Engineering Basics – Linux x64”