As some of you may know, I've published a little over a hundred podcasts in my native language and it seems I finally got around to try and record something in English. The podcast is about one of the solutions (and a lazy one at that) to the "HackMe" Binathlon 400 task (it was basically a ZX Spectrum crackme) from the Olympic CTF Sochi 2014 run by the MSLC.

I hope you'll enjoy the video. Feel free to ask any questions (ideally in the YouTube comments) with regards to the task that you have.



If you like the idea of me recording podcasts on security, reverse-engineer and programming related topic, let me know - I might make a habit out of it.

Comments:

2014-02-17 14:18:19 = dem0version
{
I like the idea of video "write-ups" (or show-ups, maybe?)
And yes, if you make some podkasts on reverse-engineering and other related topics, it would be great!
}
2014-02-17 14:45:47 = fritzfs
{
Thanks! I hope you'll continue to publish your stuff on EN :)
}
2014-02-24 07:46:06 = panino
{
the volume of the music was a bit too high, imo.
other than that, very interesting! thanks for sharing :)
}

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