I'm writing a peer to peer botnet in Kotlin https://github.com/mgrube/RhizomeBot
Bug hunting: where you can think you have nothing and practically be there and think you have something amazing when it is actually nothing. #experimentation
Working on a lot of stuff at once, but I'm mentally tired so I recorded a video of one thing I'm working on. It's nothing right now, but here's the start of *nix bootkit. This is really not the interesting part at all but there is good stuff on the way.
Bricking iPhones like it's a toy:
I can't remember if I ever shared this here, but I found a bug that allowed de-anonymization on Freenet:
Virusoids, Satellite Viruses, and Virophages are 3 not really living machines that actually require a cell to already be infected with virus.
Virusoids are just free nucleic acids therefore they really need a cell and a virus to give them entry.
Satellite viruses require coinfection, satellite viruses often lack vital proteins to escape the cell they infect therefore without coinfection they're stuck, but when their partner virus comes along which does code for an escaping protein they can escape with that other virus.
Virophages are like bacteriophages though instead of parasitising bacteria, they go after other viruses to take advantage of them, satellite viruses typically are either beneficial to the required virus, or doesn't harm it in anyway, a virophage is a selfish virus, it'll infect a cell infected with the prey virus and take what it needs.
Virophage literally means virus eating.
I shared my sudo password stealer, but how often does a normal Mac user type sudo, anyway?
Emulate a MacOS Lock Screen to get creds
Psssst! Hey! Hey kid! Wanna learn how to code self-replicating programs?