If you're into game hacking then you probably have already heard the terms "Internal" and "External" hacks.
In this post I go over the differences of each with code examples and which to opt for when hacking.
Whether you're a programmer or a reverse-engineer, you have probably dealt with those before, maybe even had a hard time understanding them.
Even if you have already used them in game hacking there's a high chance you don't know what they are at the high-level (C/C++)!
Yet another OSCP-Like Vulnhub machine, this one is recommended if you're looking to challenge your exploitation skills. Try it out by yourself first!
Machine link: https://www.vulnhub.com/entry/brainpan-1,51/
This is a Vulnhub inspired by the series Mr. Robot and it's considered to be a OSCP-like machine. Most of the steps for "pwning" this machine are realistic so it's a fun one to try. Give it a try yourself!
Machine Link: https://www.vulnhub.com/entry/mr-robot-1,151/
This concept is easy to understand and has its uses, such as, calling Windows Native functions, functions of Windows that aren't officially documented or to hide Windows API usage.