Hacking with Go: Part 2
We’re once again exploring hacking in Go from the eyes of security researchers. This time, Natalie & Ian are joined by Ivan Kwiatkowski (a.k.a. Justice Rage)!
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- Ivan Kwiatkowski – Twitter, GitHub
- Natalie Pistunovich – Twitter, GitHub
- Ian Lopshire – Twitter, GitHub
Notes and Links
- 🎧 Hacking with Go: Part 1
- Reversing in action: Golang malware used in the SolarWinds attack
- Brute Ratel
- Reverse Engineering for Beginners
- Practical Malware Analysis
- Turing Complete on Steam
- The Zachtronics Puzzle Pack on Steam
Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!