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Alexey Lyashko
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Passionate reverse engineer and software security expert
Passionate reverse engineer and software security expert

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Pointers in C (demystified)
I have
recently realized that I have not been posting here for almost precisely two years,
which is an unforgivable pause for a blogger. Hope my readers would forgive me
this. Thinking of what I should write about next, I realized that I have entirely forgo...
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"Mastering Assembly Programming" - the review
I have recently been contacted by one of my respected readers, who has not only purchased the book but also offered to write a review once he is done reading it. Given the fact that, by now, I have not received much feedback on the book at all, I agreed, al...
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My First Book is Out
Dear readers, this post is going to be just a few lines long. After a long period of silence, the first thing I am going to do is announce the publishing of my first book "Mastering Assembly Programming", which you may find here . Please do not judge too ha...
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Out this October :)
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DRM...
Sorry, nothing technical this time. Just whining of angry consumer. DRM stands for Digital Rights Management, but let's take a look at which rights or, to be more precise, whose rights are being managed. Not so long ago, probably a couple of months, I tried...
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Blog has moved
Dear readers, I have decided to move this blog to my website. From now on, new posts would appear at Obfutection.com . At the moment, I have not yet decided whether older posts should be moved there as well (though, I have moved some already). Looking towar...
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Working on my personal website at http://obfutection.com
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Linux Loadable Kernel Module in Assembly
Hello everyone! First of all, sorry for being silent for the last two years. There have been certain reasons for this. Anyway, I am back and I am going to share a portion of what I've learnt over this period. Before I begin, as usual, a note for nerds: the ...
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