Rewtro is a weird retro game engine inspired by fantasy consoles and code golf that runs games encoded in a very small amount of data (2kb/3kb). This way is possible to share games using exoteric and usually data inefficient ways: i.e. sticking some PWA magic and a QR-Code reader to the engine I've made a fake gaming console for mobile devices. Games are coded using JSON structures. Includes tools for more easily building such games.
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A cheat-sheet for reverse engineering malware, by Lenny Zeltser.
Cuckoo is an isolated virtual machine that assists and partially automates the analysis and reverse engineering of malware. It can be used to analyze malware and its components for Windows, suspicious document files, and obfuscated or otherwise dodgy scripts. It can be used to trace API calls and capture network taffic for analysis. It is also designed for extensibility, so you can implement your own analysis and reverse engineering processes to add to the virtual machine. Has a Github repository.
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How to manually convert a Linux machine into a virtual machine running on top of XenServer since later releases no longer support p2v (or p2v-legacy).
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A utility that generates random VMs for security training. Give it a set of parameters in XML and it'll build vulnerable VMs for you to practice with. Uses Puppet, Packer and Vagrant to build the images.
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