Hakin9 has published my bpmtk article. The article mentions bpmtk version 0.1.4.0; however, this new version has no new features. But it comes with extra PoC code, like a LUA-mode keylogger and “rootkit”. New blogposts will explain this new PoC code.
And upcoming bpmtk version 0.1.5.0 contains a new feature to inject shellcode. Just have to update the documentation.
On the PDF front: I’ve produced my first Ruby code ;-). I worked together with MC from Metasploit to optimize the PDF generation code in this util.printf exploit module. It uses some obfuscation techniques I described 8 months ago.