Keygenning Carbon Copy Cloner Keychain Password

Passwords are a modern annoyance and their diversity is something you can’t avoid if you want a minimum amount of account security (don’t forget to turn on those 2FA options, avoiding SMS versions if possible). They get more annoying when you set a super smart new password with that smug feeling that it is such a great password that you will never forget about it (or something crappy you set in a rush). [Read More]

Reversing and Keygenning qwertyoruiop's Crackme

I was bored this weekend and decided to take some rust out of my reversing skills before they disappear for good. I have spent the past two years or so mostly writing C code (secure C is more like an asymptote but that is why it is a fun challenge) and barely doing any serious reverse engineering and security research. So I decided to revisit some unfinished business with qwertyoruiop’s crackme. I had a look when he originally sent it but got distracted with something else at the time and never finished it. I couldn’t find any public write-up about it so I decided to write one. It is mostly targeted to newcomers to reverse engineering and macOS. You can click the pictures to see the full size version.

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