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  1. 27c3: Building Custom Disassemblers (en)
    Duration: 01:12:38



    Description: Speaker: FX of Phenoelit Instruction Set Reverse Engineering The Reverse Engineer occasionally faces situations where even his most advanced commercial tools do not support the instruction set of an arcane CPU. To overcome this situation, one can develop the missing disassembler. This talk is meant to be a tutorial on how to approach the task, what to focus on first and what surprises one may be in for. The primary focus will be on the transformation of byte code back into mnemonic representation where only the reverse transformation is available (ie you have the respective assembler). It also covers how to integrate your new disassembler into your reverse engineering tool chain. This tutorial talk will give: ?An introduction to the problem ?How to obtain byte code ?Recognizing basic properties of the byte code ?Finding Addressing Modes ?Implementing a IDA Pro processor module ?Reading code you are not supposed to For more information visit:bit.ly To download the video visit: bit.ly


    Keywords: code, reverse, byte
    Average rating: 5.0





  2. Beaglebone: An I2C Tutorial - Interfacing to a BMA180 Accelerometer
    Duration: 47:28



    Description: In this video I continue my series on the beaglebone to discuss the I2C bus and how we can connect and program devices attached to the bus using C/C++. I explain the use of i2c-tools on embedded Linux and then show how we can interface to a digital accelerometer (Bosch BMA180) or any other I2C device. Finally, I show how we can use sysfs to build a C++ class that wraps the functionality of the digital accelerometer. Source code included! This video builds on the three previous videos: The introduction to the Beaglebone; Setting up a C/C++ Development Environment; and, Programming with GPIOs. So, I recommend that you view those videos first. This video is part of a series that I have developed in the School of Electronic Engineering at Dublin City University. The NXP I2C Specification document is at: www.nxp.com The source code discussed in this video is available at: docs.google.com Please note that I have mixed up the words bit and byte a few times in this video -- apologies, I do know the difference(!) but I seem to have a problem when describing some points in this video.


    Keywords: Beaglebone, I2C, tutorial, BMA180, Accelerometer, programming, embedded, Linux, Maker, Robot, Electronics, i2cdetect, i2cdump, i2c-tools, embedded Linux, 3DOF, 3 axis, Qt, Sparkfun, Bosch
    Average rating: 5.0





  3. TISHITU (Tutorial 8051 LED Blinking in Keil Compiler & Proteus simulator ) Part-1/2
    Duration: 13:22



    Description: Proteus is an execution-driven parallel-computer simulator which simulates message-passing and shared-memory parallel computers. It can simulate several network types and memory configurations; additional ones can be added by users. It has extensive facilities for collecting and displaying simulation data. Programs to run on the simulated system are written in an extended version of C. 8051 The Intel 8051 is an 8-bit microcontroller which means that most available operations are limited to 8 bits. There are 3 basic "sizes" of the 8051: Short, Standard, and Extended. The Short and Standard chips are often available in DIP (dual in-line package) form, but the Extended 8051 models often have a different form factor, and are not "drop-in compatible". All these things are called 8051 because they can all be programmed using 8051 assembly language, and they all share certain features (although the different models all have their own special features). Some of the features that have made the 8051 popular are: 64 KB on chip program memory. 128 bytes on chip data memory(RAM). $ reg banks. 128 user defined software flags. 8-bit data bus 16-bit address bus 32 general purpose registers each of 8 bits 16 bit timers (usually 2, but may have more, or less). 3 internal and 2 external interrupts. Bit as well as byte addressable RAM area of 16 bytes. Four 8-bit ports, (short models have two 8-bit ports). 16-bit program counter and data pointer. 1 Microsecond instruction cycle with 12 MHz ...


    Keywords: Tishitu, tishu, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Projects Embedded Systems, College Projects, Minor Projects, engineering Projects, India, Malviya Nagar, MNIT, Gyan Vihar, JECRC, IIT Delhi, DCE Delhi, astable, multivibrator, transistor, circuit, electronic, schematic, Proteus, Astable Multivibrator, 555 timer, electro, simulation, schematic Design, Cad design, rs232, 9 pin D type, connector, microcontroller RX / Tx, PC Interface, Ibm Pc, Proteus Simmulation, Led Bling, Microcontroller 8051
    Average rating: 4.6





  4. Code Camp 2011 - Introduction to cross-platform software development in .NET using the 3DAPI
    Duration: 17:01



    Description: The .NET framework is perhaps the most extensible, and stable way to go about cross-platform development. Unlike native languages, it offers a byte-code which can be JITted to high-performance native code at runtime, and offers near-native speeds on various platforms such as Windows Phone, Windows 98-Windows 7, Windows 8, and Linux. Although the same byte-code can be run on all platforms, the difficulty is often finding libraries that will work on all these platforms, without the need to re-write your code for each one. In this session, I will be introducing a cross-platform library, which works seamlessly across all these platforms, and can be used to write high-performance games, and other 3D applications for all the platforms above. This project is currently available as an open-source library on Github, and anyone is welcome to contribute to it.


    Keywords: Software engineering, computer software, Visual Studio 2010, Mono, Linux, Windows, Windows Phone, Microsoft Windows, tutorial, technology






  5. TISHITU (microcontroller 8051 Tutorial for Timer Interrupt LED Blinking in Keil Compiler )
    Duration: 7:16



    Description:


    Keywords: Tishitu, tishu, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Projects Embedded Systems, College Projects, Minor Projects, engineering Projects, India, Malviya Nagar, MNIT, Gyan Vihar, JECRC, IIT Delhi, DCE Delhi, astable, multivibrator, transistor, circuit, electronic, schematic, Proteus, Astable Multivibrator, 555 timer, electro, simulation, schematic Design, Cad design, rs232, 9 pin D type, connector, microcontroller RX / Tx, PC Interface, Ibm Pc, timer, intrrupt, delay, clock, TMODE, time calculation
    Average rating: 5.0





  6. cheat engine tutorial
    Duration: 2:57



    Description: cheat engine tutorial


    Keywords: cheat, engine
    Average rating: 4.1





  7. ConFidence 2011 - Building Custom Disassemblers
    Duration: 52:43



    Description: This video is part of the Infosec Video Collection at SecurityTube.net: www.securitytube.net ConFidence 2011 - Building Custom Disassemblers http The Reverse Engineer occasionally faces situations where even his most advanced commercial tools do not support the instruction set of an arcane CPU. To overcome this situation, one can develop the missing disassembler. This talk is meant to be a tutorial on how to approach the task, what to focus on first and what surprises one may be in for. The primary focus will be on the transformation of byte code back into mnemonic representation where only the reverse transformation is available (ie you have the respective assembler). It also covers how to integrate your new disassembler into your reverse engineering tool chain. This tutorial talk will give: An introduction to the problem How to obtain byte code Recognizing basic properties of the byte code Finding Addressing Modes Implementing a IDA Pro processor module Reading code you are not supposed to.


    Keywords: securitytube, confidence-2011






  8. A. Kantee: Environmental Independence: BSD Kernel TCP/IP
    Duration: 50:15



    Description: AsiaBSDCon 2009 Paper Session. Abstract: Code is code. In the entire application stack only a very small fraction of code is special in the sense that it requires the hardware to run in priviledged mode. In theory all the rest can run in either the kernel or user domain, with the tradeoffs being well-known. Engineering an operating system core so that the same code can function both in user and kernel mode alike provides numerous benefits: testing and development, virtualization, stability and reusability of code in applications. In the current Unix style code is divided to kernel code and userspace code. Although some limited code modules, such as byte order and address translation routines may be shared, functionality at large is not available in both domains. This paper discusses the nuts and bolts of running the BSD networking code in userspace. It does not advocate turning BSD into a microkernel operating system, but rather gives concrete level proof that the kernel networking stack and kernel networking applications can be run in userspace. The virtual userspace networking stack is measured to be performant enough to be able to saturate a regular network and to be over 10 times faster than the kernel networking stack running in a machine emulator. An implementation for NetBSD available from the NetBSD source repository is discussed.


    Keywords: BSD, asiabsdcon, asiabsdcon2009, netbsd, TCP/IP
    Average rating: 5.0





  9. How to Get MW2 Level 70 on 10th Prestige in 2 min. with Cheat Engine HD 1080p
    Duration: 2:37



    Description: This is my second tutorial of Cheat Engine ( version 5.6 ). In this tutorial we will hack Modern Warfare 2 to get lvl 70 on 10th Prestige. I will post new videos about Cheat Engine so check it out soon!!! This video is for education only. If you like this video and want to learn more about Cheat Engine please subscribe.


    Keywords: How, to, Get, MW2, Level, 70, on, 10th, Prestige, in, min., with, Cheat, Engine, Modern, Warfare, 5.6, Game, Hack, Toutorial, HD, 1080p, 1080, part, video, tutorial, trainer, trainers, advanced, cheats, hacks, graphics software, hacking
    Average rating: 4.6





  10. Defcon 18 - pyREtic - In memory reverse engineering for obfuscated Python bytecode
    Duration: 43:58



    Description: This video is part of the Infosec Video Collection at SecurityTube.net: www.securitytube.net Defcon 18 - pyREtic - In memory reverse engineering for obfuscated Python bytecode Slides - https Increasing numbers of commercial and closed source applications are being developed in Python. Developers of such applications are investing more more to stop people being able to see their source code through a variety of code obfuscation techniques. At the same time Python is an increasingly present component of 'Cloud' technologies where traditional bytecode decompilation techniques fall down through lack of access to files on disk. The pyREtic presentation discusses the techniques and subsequent toolkit developed while trying to audit one such closed source Python application. The methodology behind the approaches used as well as practicalities of reverse engineering at the Python level (rather than the assembly level that we are all more familiar with) will be discussed as well as releasing a toolkit. The toolkit is able to reverse Python applications from live objects in memory as opposed to decompiling .pyc bytecode files, it also shows how to defeat the techniques most commonly employed to obfuscate Python code today. This will allow people to find bugs in code that was previously opaque to them.


    Keywords: securitytube, defcon-18
    Average rating: 5.0





  11. DEFCON 18: pyREtic: In memory Reverse Engineering for Obfuscated Python Bytecode 1/3
    Duration: 14:58



    Description: Speaker: Rich Smith Increasing numbers of commercial and closed source applications are being developed in Python. Developers of such applications are investing more & more to stop people being able to see their source code through a variety of code obfuscation techniques. At the same time Python is an increasingly present component of 'Cloud' technologies where traditional bytecode decompilation techniques fall down through lack of access to files on disk. The pyREtic presentation discusses the techniques and subsequent toolkit developed while trying to audit one such closed source Python application. The methodology behind the approaches used as well as practicalities of reverse engineering at the Python level (rather than the assembly level that we are all more familiar with) will be discussed as well as releasing a toolkit. The toolkit is able to reverse Python applications from live objects in memory as opposed to decompiling .pyc bytecode files, it also shows how to defeat the techniques most commonly employed to obfuscate Python code today. This will allow people to find bugs in code that was previously opaque to them. For presentations, whitepapers or audio version of the Defcon 18 presentations visit: defcon.org


    Keywords: 10, defcon, 087, clip1
    Average rating: 5.0





  12. Native Client: Native Code for Web Apps
    Duration: 01:05:54



    Description: Brad Chen, code-writer for Google, discusses the composition and performance benefits of newly developed Native Client code. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford Computer Science: www-cs.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com


    Keywords: computer, science, math, software, engineering, security, access, OS, virus, malware, program, application, bot, password, safe, javascript, technology, browser, portability, open, source, quake, game, tag, load, install, plugin, embed, byte, system, Google
    Average rating: 4.7





  13. An Introduction to SQLite
    Duration: 51:02



    Description: Google TechTalks May 31, 2006 Richard Hipp ABSTRACT SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine. SQLite implements a large subset of SQL-92 and stores a complete database in a single disk file. The library footprint is less than 250 KB making is suitable for use in embedded devices and applications where memory space is scarce. This talk provides a quick overview of SQLite, its history, its strengths and weaknesses, and describes situations where it is much more useful than a traditional client/server database. The talk concludes with a discussion of the lessons learned from the development of SQLite and how those lessons...


    Keywords: google, howto, introduction, sqlite
    Average rating: 4.5





  14. Google I/O 2009 - Mercurial on BigTable
    Duration: 47:18



    Description: Google I/O 2009 - Mercurial on BigTable Jacob Lee Project Hosting on Google Code is a web-based platform for open source development, providing mailing lists, an issue tracker, a source code repository, download areas, and so on. This talk will focus on a new version-control component of Project Hosting on Google Code: Mercurial backed by Bigtable. Mercurial/Bigtable is designed to scale over thousands of machines and use Bigtable's replication to run over multiple datacenters. It is built to be able to host hundreds of thousands of open source projects. Come learn about Mercurial's architecture, and how we've extended it to grow to "Google size". For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html


    Keywords: googleio2009, google, Google I/O, developer conference, Open source, Project hosting, mercurial
    Average rating: 4.9





  15. DEFCON 15: Fingerprinting and Cracking Java Obfuscated Code
    Duration: 29:49



    Description: Speaker: Subere The process of obfuscating intermediate platform independent code, such as Java bytecode or Common Intermediate Language (CIL) code aims to make the source code generated by reverse engineering much less useful to an attacker or competitor. This talk focuses on the examination of fingerprinting particular obfuscators and provides a tool capable of cracking key obfuscation processes performed. As more programming languages use intermediate platform techniques on compiled code, the vision behind this talk is to further provide a methodology in reversing obfuscated applications. The demonstration of the tool developed on a number of cases will show how such a methodology can be put in place for cracking obfuscation techniques. For more information visit: bit.ly To download the video visit: bit.ly


    Keywords: code, cracking, obfuscation
    Average rating: 5.0





  16. Inside VMware Fusion
    Duration: 58:07



    Description: Google Tech Talks October, 17 2007 ABSTRACT Join Ben Gertzfield of VMware for a look behind the curtain at virtualization on the Mac, the technology that frees operating systems from their earthly hardware chains. Similar in spirit to the ideals of the microkernel and distributed computing, the abstracted and idealized CPU, storage, network, and other devices provided by virtualization remove the barriers formed by the underlying realities of heterogeneous physical hardware. We'll discuss the technologies forming and building upon virtualization, including the hypervisor (or virtual machine monitor), replay (deterministic recording and replaying of all hardware and software events), and virtual machine-based disaster recovery. In addition, we'll share the lessons learned from jumping head-first into the consumer software and Mac worlds, and how "thinking different" applies to porting a massive source code base to its third platform (after Linux and Windows). This talk will be taped by the engEDU Tech Talks Team. Speaker: Ben Gertzfield Ben Gertzfield is the lead developer of VMware Fusion for Mac, VMware's first virtualization solution for Intel Macs, currently available for free trial download. Ben graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a degree in computer science, and subsequently lived and worked in Japan be...


    Keywords: google, techtalks, techtalk, engedu, talk, talks, googletechtalks, education
    Average rating: 4.5





  17. Lecture 15 | Programming Paradigms (Stanford)
    Duration: 52:51



    Description: Lecture by Professor Jerry Cain for Programming Paradigms (CS107) in the Stanford University Computer Science department. In this lecture, Prof. Cain discusses thread libraries in the context of the C and C++ programming languages. Programming Paradigms (CS107) introduces several programming languages, including C, Assembly, C++, Concurrent Programming, Scheme, and Python. The class aims to teach students how to write code for each of these individual languages and to understand the programming paradigms behind these languages. Complete Playlist for the Course: www.youtube.com CS 107 Course Website: www.CS107.stanford.edu Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com


    Keywords: science, math, engineering, computer, language, source, code, technology, programming, paradigm, C++, bit, byte, thread, library, function, while, loop, call, run, instruction, stack, segment
    Average rating: 4.9





  18. Lecture 16 | Programming Paradigms (Stanford)
    Duration: 51:32



    Description: Lecture by Professor Jerry Cain for Programming Paradigms (CS107) in the Stanford University Computer Science department. In this lecture, Prof. Cain continues his lecture on thread libraries, discussing semaphores in greater depth, in the context of the C and C++ programming languages. Programming Paradigms (CS107) introduces several programming languages, including C, Assembly, C++, Concurrent Programming, Scheme, and Python. The class aims to teach students how to write code for each of these individual languages and to understand the programming paradigms behind these languages. Complete Playlist for the Course: www.youtube.com CS 107 Course Website: www.CS107.stanford.edu Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com


    Keywords: science, math, engineering, computer, language, source, code, technology, programming, paradigm, C++, bit, byte, thread, library, function, semaphore, processor, dining, philosopher, example
    Average rating: 4.9





  19. Lec 11 | MIT 6.033 Computer System Engineering, Spring 2005
    Duration: 50:55



    Description: Network Layer, Routing View the complete course at: ocw.mit.edu License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at ocw.mit.edu More courses at ocw.mit.edu


    Keywords: mit, opencourseware, software, hardware, modularity, complexity, virtual, networks, atomicity, coordination, reliability, security
    Average rating: 4.6





  20. Backyard Monster Hack 06/2011 Cheat Engine
    Duration: 2:59



    Description: 1. �ffne Backyard Monsters 2. �ffne Cheat Engine (klappt mit allen visionen,ich habe 6.0) 3. In der Prozzesliste w�hlt ihr "plugin-container.exe"(Firefox) 3rd Chrome.exe(GoogleChrome) 4. W�chseld denn "Value type" zu "Array of bytes" 5. Macht ein Hacken bei "Also read-only memory" 6. Macht eure Erntemaschienen leer 7. Kopiere diesen code in der Zeile Code: 0F 84 FC 00 00 00 8B 50 08 8B 4A 4C 8D 55 A4 89 Dann Klickt "First scan" 8. Es wird eine Adresse verbleiben 9. Rechtsklick darauf und auf "disassemble..." 10. �ndert das "je" zu "jg" und schlie�t das Fenster wieder 11. Klickt "New scan" 12. Kopiere diesen code diesmal in der Zeile Code: 0F 8F 14 01 00 00 8B 7D 08 8B 5D A8 8B B3 28 01 Dann klickt ihr "First scan" 13. Es wird wieder eine Adresse verbleiben 14. Wieder rechtsklick darauf und auf "disassemble..." 16. �ndert das "jg" zu "je" dann minimiert ihr die beiden fenster und guckt auf eure Erntemaschienen


    Keywords: Backyard, Monster, Hack, 04, 2011, Cheat, Engine, 6.0, Ressoucen, Kieselsteinpolierer, Zweigumknicker, Puttyzermatcher, Goofabriek, plugin-container, mcdonalds, hacking, cheats, free, hacks, tutorial, computer hacks
    Average rating: 4.3





  21. How to Make a Sound Converter in Visual Basic 2008 or 2010
    Duration: 5:53



    Description: In this vid/tut i will tech u how to make a simple Sound File converter, this code can also be used for images and other stuff..... i think.... yea im prettty sure it can.... ok so heres the code: OpenFileDialog1.FileOK: TextBox1.Text = OpenFileDialog1.FileName Form1.Load: ComboBox1.SelectedItem = ".MP4" Button1.click: OpenFileDialog1.ShowDialog() Button2.click: If TextBox1.Text = "" Then MsgBox("Please select the file you with to convert", MsgBoxStyle.Critical, "Error") Else Dim type As String = ComboBox1.Text MsgBox("The file has sucsessfully been converted into a " & type & " file.", MsgBoxStyle.Information, "Sucsess") Dim oldFile As String = Mid(TextBox1.Text, 1, Len(TextBox1.Text) - 4) FileCopy(TextBox1.Text, oldFile + type) End If Ok so thats it... rate comment subscribe.... thanks for watching


    Keywords: How, to, Make, Sound, Converter, in, Visual, Basic, 2008, or, 2010, M4A, MP3, Media, AVI, MP4, WAV, WMV, itunes, ipod, Zune, Music, Tunes, Songs, Touch, itouch, Player, howto, help, Microsoft, Windows, Programming, programing, program, application, customizable, reconrey, IDE, Language, .NET, Software, engineering, develop, development, free, tutorial, source, code
    Average rating: 3.5





  22. Lecture 9 | Programming Paradigms (Stanford)
    Duration: 51:46



    Description: Lecture by Professor Jerry Cain for Programming Paradigms (CS107) in the Stanford University Computer Science department. In this lecture, Prof. Cain introduces computer architecture and the Assembly programming language while referencing C code. Programming Paradigms (CS107) introduces several programming languages, including C, Assembly, C++, Concurrent Programming, Scheme, and Python. The class aims to teach students how to write code for each of these individual languages and to understand the programming paradigms behind these languages. Complete Playlist for the Course: www.youtube.com CS 107 Course Website: www.CS107.stanford.edu Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com


    Keywords: science, math, engineering, computer, language, source, code, technology, programming, paradigm, C++, bit, byte, assembly, store, operation, load, arithmetic, logic, unit, array, function, call, register, branch, jump, instruction
    Average rating: 5.0





  23. Lecture 3 | Programming Paradigms (Stanford)
    Duration: 52:49



    Description: Lecture by Professor Jerry Cain for Programming Paradigms (CS107) in the Stanford University Computer Science department. In this lecture, Prof. Cain discusses C programming, focusing upon string duplicates, string copy, and memory diagrams. Programming Paradigms (CS107) introduces several programming languages, including C, Assembly, C++, Concurrent Programming, Scheme, and Python. The class aims to teach students how to write code for each of these individual languages and to understand the programming paradigms behind these languages. Complete Playlist for the Course: www.youtube.com CS 107 Course Website: www.CS107.stanford.edu Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com


    Keywords: science, math, engineering, computer, language, source, code, technology, programming, paradigm, C++, bit, byte, pi, array, struct, address, string, duplicate, copy, activation, record, memory, diagram
    Average rating: 5.0





  24. How to Make a Binary Converter in Visual Basic 2008 or 2010
    Duration: 3:56



    Description: today i will show y'all how to make a binary converter in VB.NET here are the codes: www.mediafire.com I had to upload it to mediafire again cuz "Bad value." :'( Thats it- hope you enjoyed :)


    Keywords: How, to, Make, Binary, Converter, in, Visual, Basic, 2008, or, 2010, VB.NET, MS, VB, howto, help, Microsoft, Windows, Programming, programing, program, application, customizable, reconrey, IDE, Language, .NET, Software, engineering, develop, development, free, tutorial, computer
    Average rating: 4.3





  25. Tech Talk: Linus Torvalds on git
    Duration: 01:10:14



    Description: Linus Torvalds visits Google to share his thoughts on git, the source control management system he created two years ago.


    Keywords: Google, tech, talks, engineering
    Average rating: 4.8






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