Hello, This is another IOLI crackme challenge solution. root@kali:~/IOLI-crackme/bin-linux# r2 crackme0x04 Pay attention to these instructions: These section is where a number is compared to something and if true the password will be valid.Something is compared against 15 (0xf). Let’s find out which is the other operand. These section reminds me a loop. What is being compared to 15 is the parameter of the app, in other words the password.
You can find this tutorial here This is just a reminder-post to myself. OpenVAS is a framework of several services and tools offering a comprehensive and powerful vulnerability scanning and vulnerability management solution. Homepage A set of new packages for openvas 9 is now included.If you prefer to install them, you just have to install «openvas9» package instead of «openvas». Then, update scripts/data with the following commands:sudo apt install sqlite3sudo
This is another IOLI crackme challenge solution. root@kali:~/IOLI-crackme/bin-linux# r2 crackme0x02 root@kali:~/IOLI-crackme/bin-linux# cp crackme0x02 crackme0x02_patchroot@kali:~/IOLI-crackme/bin-linux# r2 -w crackme0x02_patch root@kali:~/IOLI-crackme/bin-linux# ./crackme0x02_patch
Let’s continue our IOLI’s journey with level 0x01 root@kali:~/IOLI-crackme/bin-linux# r2 crackme0x01 Analize the binary: Show function list: Disassembled function main:
Hi, Today I’m starting a new series of post to explain how IOLI crackme\’s can be solved using Radare 2. Let’s start with level 0x00 root@kali:~/IOLI-crackme/bin-linux# r2 crackme0x00 [0x08048360]> ! ./crackme0x00
(Solution) Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/) is another process using it?
Hello, To solve this issue when trying to apt-get your Ubuntu Linux use these commands: Option 1: ps aux | grep aptsudo kill processId Option 2: sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/lock Maybe it is also needed to:sudo rm /var/cache/apt/archives/locksudo rm /var/lib/dpkg/lock Regards,Rubén
Hi, To be able to load your iptables ruled every time your Linux system is restarted just follow these commands.$ sudo iptables-save /etc/firewall.conf Open /etc/network/if-up.d/iptables and add: Provide executable permission:$ sudo chmod +x /etc/network/if-up.d/iptable Now, your iptable rules will be loaded every time your Linux box is booted. If you need to modify your rules just execute:$ sudo iptables-save /etc/firewall.conf Regards,Rubén
Hi, In order to change the screen resolution to a Kali Linux using Hyper-V follow these steps: Add these lines to this file:sudo vim /etc/initramfs-tools/modules In the terminal type:sudo update-initramfs -u Reboot. sudo nano /etc/default grub GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=»quiet splash video=hyperv_fb:1920×1080″sudo update-grub Regards,Rubén
(Solution) KDE Plasma Icons-only Task Manager and regular Task Manager broken after update on Antergos
Source : https://www.reddit.com/r/kde/comments/9uu1zx/iconsonly_task_manager_and_regular_task_manager/ Hi, Last day after a small update on my Antergos system with KDE plasma something went wrong and my task manager broke down.Looking around the task manager and the icons, this error pop up appeared. Error loading QML file: file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/main.qml:26:1: plugin cannot be loaded for module «org.kde.taskmanager»: Cannot load library /usr/lib/qt/qml/org/kde/taskmanager/libtaskmanagerplugin.so: (libprocesscore.so.7: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory) After finding the source url
Hi,As I am a Mac user, I have faced a Mac OS X Code Signing issue. After a little research, I found a site with all needed steps described.The site can be found [here](http://manual.freeshell.org/radare2/osx.md) The required steps are (copy-pasted from this site):Mac OS-X Users need to follow some extra steps to get the radare2 program signed and ready to debug other applications without running it as root.Same happens for iOS