Intro to Assembly & Reverse Engineering
Saturday, November 12, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EST)
Introduction to assembly and reverse engineering with gas
Have you ever wondered what happens to your programs once they have been
compiled by the compiler? Ever been curious about how the CPU executes your
executables? You can learn assembly programming and machine architecture using
reverse engineering techniques on your own code. In this class you will write
code, compile it and then disassemble it to learn about registers, stacks,
branches, argument passing, structs and other common idioms.
Experience with any programming language is required, examples in the class with be in C, with dissassembly into ARM assembly. Bring your own laptop with arm-elf-gcc installed.
Taught by NYC Resistor member Trammell Hudson.
Our classes are for those 18 years and older (sorry, minors).