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Assembly x86
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Art Workshop
Host barbieauglendx
relevant? Yes
Assembly x86 alpha
Intel chip.png
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Ort Chaosdorf
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Due the lack of participants the workshop will be rescheduled


I received so many messages with nice ideas (or just people interested) for a next meeting / workshop that I need to say I am overwhelmed! Thank you so much :D

For this I decided to ask here: what do you want to do next?

I would love to talk about security, vulnerabilities hunting, code analysis and malware analysis - and for that we would be also talking "in" Assembly (x86 and 64) and probably coding in python and C and also SMT solvers, logical programming , AI --> machine learning would / could / should be in our agenda....

What I want to say is: all the points and ideas you gave me are amazing and valid. And I would love to meet up to talk about that all but I guess I need a bit focus and directions - from you!

I don't to spam the intern@ a lot, so please use the discussion tab here for it :)

And yes! Save the date!


We notice that a low level curiosity was there and it helps a lot to understand how Intel processors work, if one is interest in reverse engineering, compiler design, code optimization or OS design.

I suggest we plan another afternoon/evening working in the low level computing mechanisms of the Intel processors, understanding the Intel architecture and talking about the x86 assembly language.

I expect a lot of fun and... that we are all able to understand at least the 20 most common x86 instructions.

Participants (please register!)