Tagged: assembly

How to Enable 64bit Mode on x86

In the previous set of articles we have worked our way through configuring a vCPU and getting it to run in 32bit mode with paging enabled. In this article we will take it a...

16/32/64 Bit Assembly Programs

Ok so before we move on and jump into writing and running 64 bit programs (because all programs today are 64bit these days no? j.k.) let’s have a look how to compile a simple...

Enabling Paging for a Virtual Machine

So far we have seen how to start up a VM, emulate CUPID instruction, run arbitrary code and learned about segmentation and paging in a CPU. This already allows us to do a lot...

Adventures in Assembly #2

As I’ve continued my dive down the rabbit hole that is assembly, I’ve found a buoy to grab onto: NES programming. Read the full story Read more

Kuka gains three new orders for assembly line conversions

Kuka Systems has won three new orders for assembly line conversions. The automation specialist says that converting existing assembly lines is “time-critical and requires significant experience in systems engineering”. Within the scope of two...

WellPCB Offers One-Stop PCB Assembly Service

There are several reasons for the popularity of the China PCB Assembly service. One of the most worthy of mentioning is its low cost with super quality. WellPCB is providing One-Stop PCB Assembly Turnkey...

How Crackers Crack A Software

As, A reverse Engr I Have enough Knowledge to create a software cracks to bypass the protection of software or use it free. I have also worked on FBR94 Which is a crack website...

How C Program Converts Into Assembly

In an earlier article, we have seen C runtime: before starting main & How C program stored in RAM memory. Here we will see “How C program converts into the assembly?” and different aspect...