Tag Archives: ctf
Maybe there already exists an equivalent of tool, but I was not able to google it. I had no time to dig up the exact moment in the CTF toolchain process where the data gets compressed. But it might be … Continue reading
Fancy word, don’t you think? Well, it is a fancy feature too! Now let’s imagine this scenario: we have a kernel object full of ubiquitous types like uid_t, ushort, struct proc and so on. And with this kernel, we have … Continue reading
Now that we have the CTF data at our disposal, we need to parse it and get meaningful information out of it. As usual, every format contains a header that consists of data-wide preferences and stuff like version or a … Continue reading
Pedro Giffuni send me some great reading material regarding the CTF. The links can be seen on the official wiki of the project. Many thanks!
In order to actually do something with the CTF data, we must first obtain it. The location – if everything was compiled and converted appropriately – is the ELF section named “.SUNW_ctf”. Hence I started my today’s research by listing all … Continue reading