Daax Rynd

is creating educational programming and reverse engineering articles.

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patrons
Hello everyone! Welcome to my Patreon page. The place where I ramble about things you probably already know if you've read my blog.

Anyways, I recently completed my Intel VT-x series, and have decided to start a new series of articles under the main title Applied Reverse Engineering. I plan on continuing with a variety of publications that will (hopefully) inspire readers to pursue new projects and continue learning about new topics.

In the mean time I plan to write my Applied RE series in parallel with the articles on implementing EPT (Extended Page Tables) for Intel VMX, followed by x2APIC virtualization, and then I hope to publish a better series on the development of an AMD SVM, with NPT. That'll be reeeeeaaaal interesting.

In between all these series I'll be publishing some cool new things I've been trying out with detecting hypervisors, some neat tricks with the Windows Kernel, and some other miscellaneous articles. Recently, I've been looking into DRM and Anti-cheat technologies and have found some real interesting things... stay tuned.

If you've read my publications and enjoy the content then I'm excited to tell you there's more coming! I will try to get all my code put on a repo for the various series' and projects. Oh, and if you're new to reverse engineering topics check out my new series published below!

Thanks for taking the time to visit my Patreon page! Cheers.
Goals
3 of 15 patrons
If we get this many I'm going to buy a webcam, telemarketer style headset, and I'd also love to be able to upgrade my site and start a podcast to interview top security researchers around the world. In reality I'd probably buy a decent microphone.
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Hello everyone! Welcome to my Patreon page. The place where I ramble about things you probably already know if you've read my blog.

Anyways, I recently completed my Intel VT-x series, and have decided to start a new series of articles under the main title Applied Reverse Engineering. I plan on continuing with a variety of publications that will (hopefully) inspire readers to pursue new projects and continue learning about new topics.

In the mean time I plan to write my Applied RE series in parallel with the articles on implementing EPT (Extended Page Tables) for Intel VMX, followed by x2APIC virtualization, and then I hope to publish a better series on the development of an AMD SVM, with NPT. That'll be reeeeeaaaal interesting.

In between all these series I'll be publishing some cool new things I've been trying out with detecting hypervisors, some neat tricks with the Windows Kernel, and some other miscellaneous articles. Recently, I've been looking into DRM and Anti-cheat technologies and have found some real interesting things... stay tuned.

If you've read my publications and enjoy the content then I'm excited to tell you there's more coming! I will try to get all my code put on a repo for the various series' and projects. Oh, and if you're new to reverse engineering topics check out my new series published below!

Thanks for taking the time to visit my Patreon page! Cheers.

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