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WireGuard and the Linux Networking Subsystem

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Before this article truly begins I’d like to explain what I’ve done in the last few months and what this article truly is about: As some of you may know, I worked on WireGuard as a part of the Google Summer of Code for the last 3 months, which basically is contract work for students, giving you a stipend while you work for an organization of your choice, in my case the Linux Foundation, in the open source world if selected. Read More...

How to reverse engineer a 3D Model Format: The story of MDLX

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Well, looks like I’m late again! I haven’t been posting as much as I wished lately because studies got in the way, but I still did some cool stuff out of this blog, being a video explaining current object recognition in AI or a KH2 Model importer (this time fixed and working!) Since I wanted to avoid posting a rant here and just fill my blog with “useless” content I’m going to write an article about the latter but I’m still doing other stuff outside of the public scope, and even planning for even bigger stuff publically (hint: Linux Foundation) ! Read More...

Piano Hacking: The Instrumentality of a Hacker

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As I explained in another blog post I started a side project to hack my Piano on my free time and oh boy do I have a lot of things to say on that… Well let’s first begin with the obvious: I made a video about the whole project, using it as an example to try to explain Hardware Hacking! Now that this has been taken care of let’s talk about it, shall we? Read More...