FORCEDENTRY: Sandbox Escape

Why Rust mutexes look like they do

Compressing looping animation clips

Issue #197

4/6/2022

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FORCEDENTRY: Sandbox Escape

Published: 30 March 2022
Tags: infosec


Ian Beer and Samuel Groß dive into the technical workings of the second stage of NSO's iMessage exploit that allowed them escape the IMTranscoderAgent sandbox.


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Why Rust mutexes look like they do

Published: 30 March 2022
Tags: c, rust


Cliff L. Biffle compares Rust mutex API design to C, and explains why the latter is fundamentally inline with core Rust principles.


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Compressing looping animation clips

Published: 2 April 2022
Tags: c++


Nicholas Frechette highlights the caveats of looping animations using the C++ Animation Compression Library.


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