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From Ghost To Hugo (with Netlify)

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Migrating blog from Ghost to Hugo with some nice extra touches.
For a while now I have been thinking in migrating this blog to Hugo (from Ghost), mainly because I wanted save 10 bucks a month that were being spent on my DigitalOcean VPS that I was using to run the website (with Docker + Nginx + Let’s Encrypt SSL). DigitalOcean is great, but I simply lack the time to manage the installation, updating the OS, updating Ghost itself, renewals of the SSL certificate, etc.

Having fun with ELF files and GoLang

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Opening ELF files with GoLang
Now I will show how GoLang interacts with ELF files in a generic example. You could look further into the native module here. I do recommend reading it, I am using some bits of code extracted directly from the module source. It is basically the same idea as the PE, similar module. You can extend it depending on your needs. Here you go. package main import ( "fmt" "io" "os" "debug/elf" ) func check(e error) { if e !

Having fun with PE files and GoLang

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Opening PE files with GoLang
New blog design, new post. Today I will show how GoLang interacts with PE files in a generic example. You could look further into the native module here or even check its source code here. I do recommend reading it, I am using some bits of code extracted directly from the module source. Here you go. package main import ( "fmt" "debug/pe" "os" "io" "encoding/binary" ) func check(e error) { if e !

Win32.Liora.B

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Windows version of Linux.Liora
So I decided to port my Linux.Liora (https://github.com/guitmz/go-liora) Go infector to Win32 and it worked great. Minor tweaks were needed in the code, you can run a diff between both and check it out. EDIT: Fixed the PE verification routine, it checks for a proper PE file now. Thanks hh86! Virus source: /* * Win32.Liora.B - This is a POC PE prepender written in Go by TMZ (2015). * * Win32.

Linux.Liora: a Go virus

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Simple prepender virus written in GoLang
So this guy asks me in a job interview last week “Have you ever developed in Go?” and well what’s best to learn a language than writting a prepender (probably a lot of things but don’t kill my thrill)? There you have it, the probably first ever binary infector written in GoLang (SPTH LIP page “outdately” confirms that). Basically a port from my Linux.Zariche ‘cause my life is in a hurry.

Dynamic API Calls in .NET

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Using Reflection to call APIs dinamically
Today I’m going to share a way to call APIs without DLLImport. I’ve first saw this years ago at OpenSC.ws as far as I remember and got into the idea. The code was lost since then but I found a copy. Program.cs using System; using System.Reflection; namespace APICaller { class Program { ``` public static void Main(string[] args) { Console.Title = "Dynamic API Caller"; Console.WriteLine("Press any key to call your API!