Learning Linux Binary Analysis

by Ryan "elfmaster" O'Neill, 244 pages

The book, Learning Linux Binary Analysis by Ryan O'Neill is an interesting book. In the Kindle version, errata has been made and provided for some unfortunate spelling errors that the paper book may contain. I have submitted entries to Packt Publishing, and they should have changes uploaded soon, but that is the literary world's time, not mine.

Interesting to note: most of the commands were compiled in 2016, and some are still in private servers, awaiting their electronic release into another distribution such as Ubuntu or Puppy Linux. Of course, these two distributions are very different, and their contents are to be treated with a fine-toothed comb.

One should not be dissuaded in the depth and breadth of assembly language. For most intents and purposes, this is another language, and deciphering assembly language can make one very astute in the ways of the computer.

Monday, May 20, 2019 @ 0557 Hrs. (PDT)

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