I've added a working alpha of mood-nt for kernels >= 2.6.20 (that I ported working like speedy gonzales for fun for a university challenge) in the "codes" section. A lot of work is still required in order to make it perfect however, just in case, it's there.
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Uploaded my bachelor thesis (italian only): Studio e sviluppo di un framework per l'analisi dinamica di codice maligno in ambiente virtualizzato.
News in codes sections, published the new beta version of Mood-NT. Now is much more stable, portable and powerful, check Changelog file for details.
Published "Abuso dell'hardware nell'attacco al kernel di linux", now available in publications page (Italian)
Slides of the speech at Net&System Security released! (Italian)
Speech at Net&System Security 2006 about the software/hardware sinergy in linux kernel malware coding
Codes section has been reopened for a while
I wrote LKEPD to teach, not to be ripped without references,
Sorry guys, LKEPD will not be update anymore.
Added a new chapter to LKEPD, "Network Hacks".
LKEPD now will be developed only for 2.6 kernels
LKEPD - Linux Kernel Evil Programming Demystified - is being translated into English language. Stay tuned for updates.
In the meanwhile, the Italian version is still available on publications