Business card can be handy in many cases, and it's not a big deal to create it at home. Let me show one of the methods.
We need to have:
matte presentation paper (weight 44 lb/165 g/m2 in my case);razor paper trimmer (I've used X-ACTO 12" Personal Paper Trimmer, but can't recommend it - it has a habit to stuck in the middle of the trimming process);printer (don't know about laser printers, but ink one works fine for me);LaTeX software.
The last point can be challenging, because LaTeX is not so smooth and user friendly as it can be. My basic recommendations:
install Perl (it's required by auto-pst-pdf package);update/install all the required LaTeX packages (e.g., some Linux distributions provide incredible old LaTeX packages);use "-shell-escape" command line option for pdflatex command;if nothing helps, don't use "auto-pst-pdf", but build DVI/PS file, and convert it to PDF. Single business card
The code (based on LaTeX QR Bas…
Shellcode can be seen as a list of instructions that has been developed in a manner that allows it to be injected in an application during runtime. Each security researcher face the shellcodes during their work, and in this article I'll show how to detect shellcodes using Python (via libemu Python binding).
Few words about libemu:
libemu is a small library written in C offering basic x86 emulation and
shellcode detection using GetPC heuristics. Intended use is within network intrusion/prevention detections and honeypots.
The information on the site is not actual in some places, so I'll give direct and clear instruction how to get and install libemu.
Clone the git repository:
$ git clone git://git.carnivore.it/libemu.git
Firstly, configure, make and install libemu itself (without binding):
$ autoreconf -v -i
$ ./configure --prefix=/opt/libemu
$ sudo make install
If you set up prefix as shown above, you have to add the library path to /etc/ld.so.conf file. It should loo…