GitS 2015: Huffy (huffman-encoded shellcode)

Welcome to my fourth and final writeup from Ghost in the Shellcode 2015! This one is about the one and only reversing level, called "huffy", that was released right near the end. Unfortunately, while I thought I was solving it a half hour before the game ended, I had messed up some timezones and was […]

GitS 2015: Giggles (off-by-one virtual machine)

Welcome to part 3 of my Ghost in the Shellcode writeup! Sorry for the delay, I actually just moved to Seattle. On a sidenote, if there are any Seattle hackers out there reading this, hit me up and let's get a drink! Now, down to business: this writeup is about one of the Pwnage 300 […]

GitS 2015: aart.php (race condition)

Welcome to my second writeup for Ghost in the Shellcode 2015! This writeup is for the one and only Web level, "aart" (download it). I wanted to do a writeup for this one specifically because, even though the level isn't super exciting, the solution was actually a pretty obscure vulnerability type that you don't generally […]

GitS 2015: (hash extension vulnerability)

As many of you know, last weekend was Ghost in the Shellcode 2015! There were plenty of fun challenges, and as always I had a great time competing! This will be my first of four writeups, and will be pretty simple (since it simply required me to use a tool that already exists (and that […]