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Technical Director, Symantec Corporation
virus researcher, reverse-engineer and software preservationist
February 3: Modular exponentiation in 175 bytes.
January 29: Twofish-256 in 615 bytes.
January 15: "A Brief Description of Some Popular Copy-Protection Techniques on the Apple ][ Platform" published in PoC||GTFO 0x10.
December 14: DES in 1045 bytes, RC6 in 247 bytes.
December 5: BLAKE2s in 510 bytes, ChaCha in 214 bytes, AES-256 in 378 bytes, Serpent in 546 bytes.
SH!T THAT I SAID
If Uli had called it the Air Guitar, then it might have been more popular. :-)
Never see a movie which features your field of specialty. You'll find so many things that are wrong, you won't enjoy it.
Buffets are for when one (dish) is not enough and two is too many ($$$).
Your ability to guess the word that someone is mis-pronouncing, is inversely proportional to your fluency in that language.
Among the members of the Cervidae family, the 'S' deer is probably the most helpful, but the 'O' deer is probably the most famous.
If people in Holland spoke a dialect of Dutch, they could call it Hollandaise.
Peter Ferrie began working with computers in 1981.
In 1986, he began developing anti-virus software for Apple II PCs.
From 1992-1998, he worked for an Australian distributor of anti-virus software for IBM PCs, first McAfee Viruscan then Frisk F-Prot.
From 1998-2000, he worked for Frisk Software International in Iceland.
From 2000-2003, he worked for Symantec Corporation in Australia.
From 2003-2008, he worked for Symantec Corporation in the USA.
From 2008-2016, he worked for Microsoft Corporation in the USA.
In 2016, he rejoined Symantec Corporation.
Ferrie specialises in the analysis of Win32/Win64/Linux/script malware, reverse engineering code on multiple platforms, and development of (anti-)emulators, (anti-)unpackers, (anti-)debuggers, and anti-rootkit technologies.
He has been a speaker at various conferences. He is the most frequent contributor ever to the Virus Bulletin journal, supplying over 100 articles in 13 years.
He joined CARO (Computer Anti-virus Research Organisation) in 2001.
He received the Virus Bulletin 2010 award for greatest contribution to anti-malware in the last 10 years.
2011 2010 2009 2008 2007
2010 2008 2007 2006 2004 2001
A Brief Description of Some Popular Copy-Protection Techniques on the Apple ][ Platform - PoC||GTFO 0x10, January 2016, page 39-74
2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001
Crypto: AES-256, BLAKE2s, ChaCha, DES, Modular exponentiation, RC6, Serpent-256, Twofish-256
Shellcode: x86/x64 Shellcode development
Advisories: 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2005 2004 2002 2001
2015 2014 2013 2011 2010 2009 2007
The "Life In ..." series
My favourite demos
My favourite games
Compatibility fixes for demos and games
Old games that I finally beat
My Brøderbund info
My Infocom info
My Mindscape info
Scan of the Month 33
Apple II stuff
Old coding stuff
Every potentially executable field in a PE header
painters: 007, Angel, Aster, Banish, Bizar, Chams, Custom, Droogie (gallery), Dys, Kagent, Kaine, Kerupt, KOS, Mister E, Orsam, RCF, Ree, Rize, Sink, TPee, Unique (Sinz, Spice)
Apple II: Colwyn, Home Hacker, Maz, Prototype (not the ex-virus writer on IBM PCs) (Bandits, Plasmania), Rebel, San Inc (Karateka side A, Karateka side B), Seroster, TCS, TTT
Painters: 50mm Los Angeles
Apple II: Asimov (ftp), HackZApple
Comics: 9 Chickweed Lane, Baby Blues, General Protection Fault, Liō, Sinfest, User Friendly
Other: Oldskool, Old School ;-)
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