If you want to learn reverse engineering but don't know assembly here's part 1 of my x86_64 Assembly crash course - Accelerated Assembly. Part 2 will be released soon, this post was getting increasingly packed!
Why has CPUID execution time significantly increased on Alder Lake? The average core cycles for leaf 1 on Skylake, Kaby Lake, Tiger Lake, etc., is ~220 cycles. On Alder Lake? 1400+ cycles.
I'm curious why there is a massive spike in the number of uops executed. Anyone?
Excited for this new chapter in my life and for the opportunity to serve all Canadians in these, and future, challenging times. I'm proud to be a small variable in a very large equation, hoping to make a change.
Today, CSE welcomes @aionescu as Technical Director, Platform Operations and Research. Alex's world-class operating system expertise will help advance CSE's cyber security interests both at home and abroad, and promote cyber-safe practices for all Canadians. Welcome Alex!
They literally started using the name Pluton again with no shame...
It's hilarious to me what the consumers are willing to trade for a fancy (yet unusable) UI from a company that refuses to update its previous generation scheduler just to make people switch. </rant>
Inspired by @osxreverser analysis of NSA BPF port-knocking implant, I decided to take a 2nd look at #ShadowBrokers leak of windows implants. Lo and behold, a couple of hardly mentioned kernel drivers (#DoormanGauze and #FlewAvenue) caught my attention. (1/11)