Linux Security Week: July 18, 2022
Happy Monday fellow Linux geeks and Open Source enthusiasts! In this week's newsletter we explore to topic of anti-debugging in Part 1 of our Hacker's Corner: Complete Guide to Anti-Debugging in Linux series, and then dive deeper in Part 2 which focuses on self-modifying code.
We also discuss which browser is best for online privacy and security. Hope you enjoy!
Yours in Open Source,
Hacker's Corner: Complete Guide to Anti-Debugging in Linux - Part 1
What good is a keylogger (or any such tool, for that matter), that is reversed using a debugger within minutes? Let's level up just a little bit, and try to make malware analyst's job slightly more involved.
Which Browser is Best for Online Security?
One of the easiest ways to maintain privacy online is to download a secure and private browser. The Tor browser is famous for offering complete anonymity, or the closest thing possible, on the internet. However, there are many other great browsers with a focus on security without some of the flaws of Tor.
Hacker's Corner: Complete Guide to Anti-Debugging in Linux - Part 2
This article dives deeper into the topic of anti-debugging in Linux, focusing on the process of self-modifying code.
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