Welcome to pqsec.org
8 July 2020
In this post we will review Linux seccomp and learn how to sandbox any (even a proprietary) application without writing a single line of code.
25 May 2020
Or my first web app in 10 years: what could go wrong?
13 April 2020
Fixing a proprietary tool, which uses weak cryptography, and learning runtime code patching along the way.
25 March 2020
How to double the performance of disk encryption in Linux.
20 February 2018
Why use Go as a scripting language? Short answer: why not? Go is relatively easy to learn, not too verbose and there is a huge ecosystem of libraries which can be reused to avoid writing all the code from scratch.
19 August 2016
UBOAT is a vulnerability in USB over IP framework, which is part of Linux kernel code. This framework was originally developed by USB/IP project and merged into mainline Linux kernel since version 3.17 and allows hardware to share connected USB devices over IP network: devices, connected to USB/IP server, appear on the client as if they were plugged in locally.