Hunting Memory Leaks in Python

Posted on Sat, 2013-08-31 in coding • Tagged with python, coding, debugging

The first thing you might say: "Memory leaks in python? What the hell are you talking about? Python has garbage collection. How is this possible? I don't have to care about memory management!" Well you don't. Until your python project blows up directly into your face because it eats up …

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Did you know about Python?

Posted on Wed, 2012-02-22 in coding • Tagged with python, fancy

Well this is so neat, that I have to share it here. :) So today I learned something fancy about python. Some more syntactic sugar. Oh I know why I code most of my stuff in python. So let's assume we define a function like this:

>>> def func(a, b, c …

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TCP Proxy for MITM Attacks in Metasploit

Posted on Sun, 2011-11-20 in coding • Tagged with metasploit, ruby, mitm

Some time ago I wrote my first metasploit module and therefore had to play around with ruby. The metasploit module I wrote implements a man-in-the-middle attack on an application layer protocol. So my module is both TCP Server and Client and therefore I like to call it TCP Proxy.

Coming …

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