Security Engineer at Quarkslab.
Working on the development of new tools to assist security researchers, I’m also interested in Android, (de)obfuscation and software protections.
Author of LIEF
Engineering degree, 2016
Bachelor’s degree, Computer Science, 2015
École Polytechnique de Montréal
Lycée Maurice Ravel
This second blog post explains how to recover the whitebox’s key from the obfuscated library libnative-lib.so
This first blog post describes the protections in the challenge r2-pay.
I mostly work on the following topics:
The training aims to provide keys to analyze Android applications as well as their interactions with the system.
This training covers the following topics:
The complete syllabus is available here: https://quarkslab.com/android-applications/
Badge - Introduction to executable formats
This one day course is an introduction to executable formats in order to be more efficient when reverse engineering.
The course is focused on the PE and ELF formats.
This internship was about JTAG, and more precisely, how to discover JTAG ports on embedded systems (routers, 4G Internet key, …)