Summerschool Aachen 2005/Notes/Thursday Sep 22 2005
Typo: worked on a continuation based microthread engine for python (precursor for a python tcp/ip implementation) installed solaris and started exploring
solaris x86 syscall conventions seem to be: use a lcall $7,$0 instead of int $0x80, push all the arguments on the stack instead of linux's speedcall convention that uses registers. also the lcall contains nul bytes, so we need to create some 'lcall;ret' functionlet somewhere in memory before being able to use syscalls. i think all this is sysv/386 default.
Maximillian: workend on makeing ScaPy work on MacOS X and SSL Fingerprinting. I added some new risks I learned about to our faq