Didier Stevens

Thursday 1 November 2007

Announcing Quickposts

Filed under: Announcement — Didier Stevens @ 18:55

From now on, I’ll intersperse my blog with Quickposts.

I’ve a need to post short tips and tricks, mainly for my own reference. These Quickposts will document solutions for small problems I encountered during my work or research. I could also use a Quickpost to announce a discovery I don’t plan to research extensively.
The main characteristic of Quickposts will be the limited amount of time and research I spend on them, hence the quality of the content will suffer.

Quickposts have their own Quickpost category, the title will always start with Quickpost:, and if a Quickpost requires updating (to correct errors), I will edit the post instead of publishing a new Quickpost.

The first Quickpost will be about installing Kismet on my N800.

Of course, I stay committed to my weekly posts.

52 Comments »

  1. [...] kismet Quickpost info [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Installing Kismet on a N800 « Didier Stevens — Friday 2 November 2007 @ 8:37

  2. [...] So why would you disable ASLR? I don’t know, I just think it’s a funny trick . But maybe you got an idea? Let me know, post a comment. Quickpost info [...]

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  3. [...] Quickpost: Restoring Safe Mode with a .REG File for Windows 2000 SP4 Professional Filed under: Uncategorized — Didier Stevens @ 11:00 I added the SafeBoot registry keys for Windows 2000 SP4 Professional to the zip file and updated the post. Quickpost info [...]

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    Pingback by Quickpost: Embedding an Executable in a VBscript « Didier Stevens — Monday 9 June 2008 @ 11:56

  9. [...] I’ve a couple of other AirPcap programs written in Python (like one to monitor probe requests). If there’s enough interest, I’ll clean up the code and publish it. Be aware that you need an AirPcap adapter for all these programs. Quickpost info [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: WiFi Channel Hopping with an AirPcap Adapter « Didier Stevens — Tuesday 10 June 2008 @ 9:27

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  12. [...] If you convert CredView to a DLL and inject it in the LSA process, you’ll be able to retrieve the passwords. This is exactly what Cain & Abel does. Quickpost info [...]

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  13. [...] Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Wardriving on the EurostarWireless Video Security CameraCanary WiFi Spotter >> StarTech WiFi DetectorWatch Surveillance Camera Footage or DVDs on Unused Television Channels [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: WiFi Availability « Didier Stevens — Sunday 23 November 2008 @ 11:02

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    Pingback by Quickpost: Citibank Phishing E-mails « Didier Stevens — Sunday 30 November 2008 @ 11:28

  15. [...] You can use the same procedure to edit other (config) files, or add files like your favorite utilities. Quickpost info [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Running Backtrack 3 on a Eee PC « Didier Stevens — Tuesday 6 January 2009 @ 20:46

  16. [...] So it looks like the AV engines on Virustotal don’t reduce PDF names to a canonical form. Quickpost info [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: /JBIG2Decode Signatures « Didier Stevens — Sunday 1 March 2009 @ 20:17

  17. [...] Python program to generate these PoC PDF documents here, it needs the mPDF module of my PDF-tools. Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)PDF Stream ObjectsUsing DLE In An [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: /JBIG2Decode Essentials « Didier Stevens — Monday 2 March 2009 @ 23:12

  18. [...] Vimeo and hires Xvid. Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Quickpost: /JBIG2Decode EssentialsThree [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: /JBIG2Decode Trigger Trio « Didier Stevens — Wednesday 4 March 2009 @ 14:36

  19. [...] hidden in object streams (/ObjStm) and could render a document unreadable if encryption is used. Quickpost info Comments [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Disarming a PDF File « Didier Stevens — Wednesday 29 April 2009 @ 16:53

  20. [...] Quickpost info Comments (0) [...]

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  22. [...] Quickpost info Comments (0) [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Sending WiFi Beacon Frames with an AirPcap Adapter « Didier Stevens — Monday 1 June 2009 @ 10:29

  23. [...] the latest issue of (IN)SECURE Magazine on how malicious PDFs could infect without getting opened. Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Quickpost: Back from Black Hat Europe [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: PDF Security Tidbits « Didier Stevens — Saturday 6 June 2009 @ 14:57

  24. [...] I’m able to run the simple example successfully. Quickpost info Leave a [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Arduino XBee Shield Series 2 Configuration « Didier Stevens — Wednesday 24 June 2009 @ 14:37

  25. [...] 1, 197, 5).ChangeFPS(25) Quickpost info Leave a [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Time Lapse Photography With a Nokia Mobile « Didier Stevens — Monday 29 June 2009 @ 2:22

  26. [...] challenged, say your laptop was infected with a virus from that damned hotel’s WiFi network. Quickpost info Leave a [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: TrueCrypt’s Boot Loader Screen Options « Didier Stevens — Monday 13 July 2009 @ 0:28

  27. [...] 042FA2CE1F5AEBD433D59B9D4755783E6CE58014FE59086C6A2A8E8781C63B45 Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Looking for N800 Beta Testers, No Voyeurs Please [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: More Picture-Taking with Python « Didier Stevens — Tuesday 21 July 2009 @ 9:25

  28. [...] Quickpost info Leave a Comment [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Ardubot Programming « Didier Stevens — Sunday 23 August 2009 @ 14:15

  29. [...] you’re actually blowing into the alcohol gas sensor. For example a gas pressure sensor. Quickpost info Leave a [...]

    Pingback by QuickPost: Arduino + Alcohol Gas Sensor + WiShield + LCD « Didier Stevens — Wednesday 9 September 2009 @ 20:07

  30. [...] SelectMyParent version 0.0.0.1 is available here. Quickpost info [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: SelectMyParent or Playing With the Windows Process Tree « Didier Stevens — Sunday 22 November 2009 @ 20:37

  31. [...] SelectMyParent version 0.0.0.1 is available here. Quickpost info [...]

    Pingback by Roy Firestein » Quickpost: SelectMyParent or Playing With the Windows Process Tree — Friday 27 November 2009 @ 5:19

  32. [...] be detected. As to why AVG needs to detect EICAR test file droppers, I have no idea… Quickpost info Leave a [...]

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  33. [...] doesn’t support the write-protection tab and always allow the OS to write to the SD card. Quickpost info Leave a [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Read-Only USB Stick « Didier Stevens — Sunday 20 December 2009 @ 20:52

  34. [...] can be downloaded on the PDF Tools page. Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Update: pdf-parser Version 0.3.5 Leave a [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: New Versions of PDFiD and pdf-parser « Didier Stevens — Wednesday 13 January 2010 @ 21:55

  35. [...] Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Excel Exercises in Style Leave a Comment [...]

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  36. [...] not because it looks for them, but because it builds a whitelist in training mode. Quickpost info Leave a [...]

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  37. [...] here. Quickpost info Leave a [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: NetworkMashup.xls « Didier Stevens — Monday 1 March 2010 @ 6:12

  38. [...] only is the dialog box fixed, but the /Launch action is also disabled by default. Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Escape From PDFSoldier Imprisoned as [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: No Escape From PDF « Didier Stevens — Tuesday 29 June 2010 @ 18:41

  39. [...] -d LNK-CPL-CVE-2010-2568.ndb -l scan.log -r c: Quickpost info Leave a [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: 2 .LNK Tools « Didier Stevens — Sunday 8 August 2010 @ 10:52

  40. [...] Quickpost info Leave a Comment [...]

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  41. [...] will also prevent DLLs from loading from untrusted sources in the case of DLL Preloading exploits. Quickpost info Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Mitigating .LNK Exploitation With Ariad [...]

    Pingback by Quickpost: Ariad & DLL Preloading « Didier Stevens — Thursday 26 August 2010 @ 12:11

  42. [...] Quickpost info Leave a Comment LikeBe the first to like this post.Leave a Comment » [...]

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    Pingback by Quickpost: "It Does No Harm…" or Does It? « Didier Stevens — Monday 17 January 2011 @ 0:01

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    Pingback by Quickpost: Blocking and Detecting a Teensy Dropper « Didier Stevens — Thursday 14 July 2011 @ 9:58

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    Pingback by Quickpost: CCTV Over UTP « Didier Stevens — Monday 22 August 2011 @ 0:05

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    Pingback by Quickpost: Disassociating the Key From a TrueCrypt System Disk « Didier Stevens — Thursday 9 February 2012 @ 21:05

  48. [...] Quickpost info [...]

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