Nowadays many applications support two factor authentication with SMS messages to increase the level of security of your account.
You login with a username/password and a secret code is sent to your phone to double check it’s really you.

It is hilarious how sometimes software vulnerabilities are introduced while trying…

In the 80s MSX was a really popular home computer; the scene was huge in Europe and Japan. It was based on the glorious Z80 CPU and it was a sort of open standard (released by Microsoft and ASCII Corporation). You could have bought an MSX built by Philips, Sony

It has been a long time since I cracked some software. I was using W32Dasm, SoftIce and Hex32 back in 1998; they represented the 3 pillars of any respectable reverse engineer and disrespectful cracker. …

Can we speed up the cycle to the next product revolution?


Creating something new is a privilege that just few people can experience during their life.

We all have ideas, great ideas, I know, but just some of us really work hard on these ideas to make them real. The reason why almost everybody does not even try is probably the…

Sergio Giucastro

Software developer, passionate about reverse engineering, mobile development, 3d realtime rendering and game development

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