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In this video, we talk about the purpose of drivers and why they are necessary when working on embedded systems. Later, we go over how to install the Raspberry Pi kernel headers and use them to write a kernel driver for the device. Finally, we install the kernel driver and prove that it is running on our device. This is part one in a video series for creating a GPIO driver for the Raspberry Pi! Drop a like and subscribe to be alerted when new videos go out. 🏫 COURSES 🏫 🤍y/courses/ LINKS: LLL Merch: 🤍 Code: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 Join me on Discord!: 🤍
If you want to hack the Kernel, are interested in jailbreaks or just want to understand computers better, Linux Device Drivers is a great book to get you started. I used to learn the basics and in this video I want to share what *clicked* for me. LDD Book: 🤍 LDD3 Example Code Updated: 🤍 -=[ ❤️ Support ]=- → per Video: 🤍 → per Month: 🤍 -=[ 🐕 Social ]=- → Twitter: 🤍 → Website: 🤍 → Subreddit: 🤍 → Facebook: 🤍
Kernel drivers are traditionally written in C, but today drivers can be built with the latest C standards. The session presents examples and best practices when developing kernel code with C Check out more of our talks in the following links! NDC Conferences 🤍 🤍
Support us on Patreon: 🤍 This tutorial series will teach you everything you need to make a kernel driver on Windows. This video gives you a basic insight on how kernel drivers work, how can you setup your Visual Studio project and how to make a kernel driver. It also shows you how to view debug output of your drivers. Discussion & Download : 🤍 Video made by dretax: 🤍 Regular .exe you run, execute in UserMode. The core functionality of the operating system and Input/Output is done in kernel mode, which is a privelages part of memory that is not accesible from usermode and executes with privelaged status on the CPU. The Usermode/Kernelmode construct is built into the CPU. Drivers are not just limited to Hardware Drivers, you can make a .sys driver to do anything you want in kernel mode. Usermode processes don't have access to kernel mode processes and memory. That is how the CPU and Operating System are designed. If an anticheat is in usermode and has very good protections, you can write a kernel mode driver to either bypass those protections in user mode by patching the anticheat or by hiding your usermode cheat from it. Because coding for the kernel is more complicated and difficult, it's easiest just to use your kernel mode module to bypass the anticheat or hide your usermode cheat, and then do your regular cheating logic in your usermode module. Alternatively you can write your entire hack to run in kernel mode, which is more difficult. Donate on our Forum : 🤍 Support us on Patreon : 🤍 Follow us on Facebook : 🤍 Follow us on Twitter : 🤍 Follow us on Twitch : 🤍 Follow us on Reddit : 🤍 Follow us on GitHub : 🤍 Follow us on Instagram : 🤍
Let's leave userspace and head towards Kernelspace! In this series of videos I will show you how to write your own Linux Driver. In this video, I will create a simple Hello World Linux Kernel Module Enjoy! Here is the link to my git-repo: 🤍 You want to support my work? You can buy me a coffee here: 🤍 Here are some of my sources: Mike Netz. Eigener linux-gpio-treiber für raspberry pi 3 model b. 🤍 2018. letzter Aufruf: 19.12.2020. Jürgen Platte. Linux Hardware Hackz. Carl Hanser Verlag, 2007. Martin Züger Usr Graf, Andreas Kalberer. Einführung in die Linux Treiberentwicklung. FHO Hochschule Ostschweiz, 2015.
Всем привет, сегодня вы узнаете что такое Kernel Driver и Как сделать Kernel Driver а именно Загрузку и Выгрузку из драйвера которого мы напишем, вы узнаете основы драйвера и какие аргументы он применяет и с какими большинство работает в Visual Studio По поводу сотрудничества/рекламы: 🤍 Точка входа драйвера: 🤍
Understanding the Structure of a Linux Kernel Device Driver - Sergio Prado, Toradex
My first kernel video, im still learning, hopefully more on the way! :D My music 🤍 WDK 🤍 DSEFix 🤍 Batch file start C:\Users\Hackerman\Desktop\kerneldrivertut\dsefix.exe timeout /t 2 sc create tutDriverr binpath=C:\Users\Hackerman\source\repos\TutDriver\x64\Release\TutDriver\TutorialDriverr.sys type=kernel sc start tutDriverr timeout /t 5 start C:\Users\Hackerman\Desktop\kerneldrivertut\dsefix.exe -e timeout /t 2 Join my server if you need help or want to chat! 🤍 Source code and more on my patreon 🤍 ! Nullbase: 🤍
Part 1 of my new kernel cheat series. In this video I show how to hook a kernel function and use it to communicate between User-Mode and Kernel Mode, to use for a cheat project. This can easily bypass Battleye, Easy Anti-cheat and VAC, if done correctly :)
For newcomers, it's not easy to understand the structure of a device driver in the Linux kernel. In the end, a device driver is just an abstraction to a piece of hardware. But designing it in a way that it's reusable and maintainable is not that easy. That is why, over time, several concepts and abstractions were developed in the Linux kernel to write device drivers. From the way devices are declared to how drivers are instantiated, from the separation of devices and buses to APIs and subsystems used to export functionality to users. This presentation will be a walkthrough of the design concepts of a Linux kernel device driver, going over the main ideas of the driver model, so we can easily understand the structure of a Linux device driver and start writing our own. Talk presented at Embedded Linux Conference 2021
Hey everyone!Ethan here!Welcome back to another video! Here are the resources you will need for this video: WDK - 🤍 KdMapper - 🤍 DebugView - 🤍 Driver.h - 🤍 Nulls video on Understanding how function hook drivers work: 🤍 0:00 Introduction 0:27 Kernel Driver Explanation 2:38 Setup and Installation 6:22 Test Driver 13:21 Driver.h 15:59 Kernel Memory 27:21 Dxgknrl.sys Hook 45:10 Finishing up / Calling Hook 48:09 Debugging 51:16 Mapping our Driver For Education Purposes only. Fair use Social Media - Discord - EthanEDITS#3257
In this video, we complete our Raspberry Pi 3 GPIO Kernel Driver. Specifically, we add functionality that parses the input from the user and use that to control what pin gets either enabled or disabled. Finally, we write a program that, from user space, is able to control our driver to turn the LED on GPIO 21 on and off. Thanks for watching guys! 🏫 COURSES 🏫 🤍y/courses/ Code: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 Join me on Discord!: 🤍
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Writing a (Windows) Kernel Driver with Rust Anti-Virus', Anti-Cheats, and even Hackers are utilizing Kernel Drivers. Why? Because they want to have full control over your operating system to either protect or harm you. This talk will explain how you can use Rust to start developing your own Kernel Drivers. About Matthias Heiden Matthias is a passionate Software Engineer with an interest in Software Security. He first heard about Rust in school and decided to give it a try. A few months after reading the Rust book, he finally had the time to rewrite some personal projects and started to understand why Rust is awesome. Rust Linz at 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Matthias Heiden: 🤍 Speak at Rust Linz: 🤍
Since kernel 5.15 there has been a native NTFS driver in the Linux kernel but it turns out that nobody has been maintaining it for the past 6 months Support The Channel ► $100 Linode Credit: 🤍 ► Patreon: 🤍 ► Paypal: 🤍 ► Liberapay: 🤍 ► Amazon USA: 🤍 Resources Linux Mailing List Discussion: 🤍 =Video Platforms 🎥 Odysee: 🤍 🎥 Podcast: 🤍 🎮 Gaming: 🤍 Social Media 🎤 Discord: 🤍 🎤 Matrix Space: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🌐 Mastodon: 🤍 🖥️ GitHub: 🤍 Credits 🎨 Channel Art: All my art has was created by Supercozman 🤍 🤍 🎵 Ending music Music from 🤍 "Basic Implosion" by Kevin MacLeod (🤍) License: CC BY (🤍 #Linux #LinuxKernel #NTFS #ParagonSoftware DISCLOSURE: Wherever possible I use referral links, which means if you click one of the links in this video or description and make a purchase I may receive a small commission or other compensation.
Tutorial: Introduction to I2C and SPI: Both In-kernel and In-userspace - Michael Welling, QWERTY Embedded Design, LLC
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Are you curious what the difference between a Kernel Level and User Level application are and what that means for your privacy? I will talk about the uses for VALORANT by Riot Games Kernel Level Driver as an Anti-cheat in gaming. I will discuss what privacy concerns there are with this Kernel Driver and what it means for the people using it. #Valorant #Kernel #Ring0 #Privacy #KernelDriver Riots Post /DEV/NULL: ANTI-CHEAT KERNEL DRIVER: 🤍 Source Code for Simple Keylog and Screenshot Screenshot: 🤍 Keylog: 🤍 MVG Video: 🤍 Follow my socials: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
#FOSS #Linux #GNU #KernelModules #LinuxDriver #Tutorial Let's leave userspace and head towards Kernelspace! In this series of videos I will show you how to write your own Linux Driver. Only executing one single thread in a Linux Kernel Module keeps getting boring. So let's try multithreading! In this video we will run two threads in parallel! Here is the link to my git-repo: 🤍 Resource for this video: 🤍 Here are some of my sources: 🤍 Mike Netz. Eigener linux-gpio-treiber für raspberry pi 3 model b. 🤍 2018 Jürgen Platte. Linux Hardware Hackz. Carl Hanser Verlag, 2007. Martin Züger Usr Graf, Andreas Kalberer. Einführung in die Linux Treiberentwicklung. FHO Hochschule Ostschweiz, 2015.
Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Learn how to use PsSetLoadImageNotifyRoutine() to detect when a DLL is loaded, get it's base address from kernel mode, output it with DbgPrintEx() and then how to pass that variable to a usermode process using IOCTL. This is the first step to communicating between your usermode DLL and your kernel driver. This is the preferred way to deal with games with kernel anticheat, bypass via kernel but use a regular DLL to do your regular hacking stuff. Discussion & Download : 🤍 = PsSetLoadImageNotifyRoutine() = The PsSetLoadImageNotifyRoutine routine registers a driver-supplied callback that is subsequently notified whenever an image is loaded (or mapped into memory). We use this to detect when the DLL is loaded so we can get it's base address. = DbgPrintEx() = The DbgPrintEx routine puts a string to the kernel debugger if the conditions you specify are met. We use this to output debug strings. = IoGetCurrentIrpStackLocation = The IoGetCurrentIrpStackLocation routine returns a pointer to the caller's I/O stack location in the specified IRP. We use this to get the IO Stack variable IOStack-Parameters.DeviceIoControl.IoControlCode. If the IoControlCode is the one we specified, being sent by our usermode application, our driver than processes the request. Donate on our Forum : 🤍 Support us on Patreon : 🤍 Follow us on Facebook : 🤍 Follow us on Twitter : 🤍 Follow us on Twitch : 🤍 Follow us on GitHub : 🤍 Follow us on Instagram : 🤍
Linux Kernel and Device driver This course teaches you how to develop or improve device drivers in the Linux kernel, for projects on embedded platforms, or on the traditional PC platform. In no time, through theory and practical , the course makes you familiar with the essentials of kernel development: kernel architecture, the main APIs, integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with user applications. 2.5 months to complete PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE Good C knowledge, and basic hands on Linux. Linux Kernel Internals Start learning with basic concepts of Linux kernel like Kernel source code,Configuring, compiling and booting the kernel , Linux kernel modules etc .At,the end you will be able to Interpret, analyze, and implement concepts discussed with ease . Linux Device Driver Learn about basics of Linux device driver, how to insert a driver code into kernel, how to change existing Linux device code, what is Udev framework, character device drier, block device driver, Network device driver, watchdog driver and existing popular Linux device drivers issues.
The Linux driver model was created over a decade ago with the goal of unifying all hardware drivers in the kernel in a way to provide both consitant device naming and properly power management control. This talk will go into how well those goals were reached, how the model works today, and what remains to be done. Greg KH, The Linux Foundation
In this tutorial,we will write a test driver which only prints some characters. And be sure to turn on closed captions for detailed explanation. NTSTATUS values: 🤍
Debugging using Proc file system | Linux kernel internals | Linux device driver
#FOSS #Linux #GNU #KernelModules #LinuxDriver #Tutorial Let's leave userspace and head towards Kernelspace! In this series of videos I will show you how to write your own Linux Driver. In this video, I will show you how to use IOCtl as an interface to a Linux Kernel Modul. Here is the link to my git-repo: 🤍 Here are some of my sources: 🤍 Mike Netz. Eigener linux-gpio-treiber für raspberry pi 3 model b. 🤍 2018 Jürgen Platte. Linux Hardware Hackz. Carl Hanser Verlag, 2007. Martin Züger Usr Graf, Andreas Kalberer. Einführung in die Linux Treiberentwicklung. FHO Hochschule Ostschweiz, 2015.
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Solution video by Nathan Curnow. #Windows-Driver #Windows-Kernel #Scripting #Programming #C-Language A kernel is the central component of a computer operating system. It is responsible for managing the system's resources and for providing common services for applications. The kernel is also a communication layer between the hardware and the software. A kernel driver is a computer program that operates or controls a particular type of device that is attached to a computer. A driver provides a software interface to hardware devices, enabling operating systems and other computer programs to access hardware functions without needing to know precise details about the hardware being used. In Windows, kernel drivers are implemented as dynamic link libraries (DLLs) that run in the kernel's address space. To create a kernel driver, you need to write a DLL that exports the required entry points and registers itself with the operating system. The entry points are functions that the operating system calls when it needs to interact with the hardware device. The most important entry point is the DriverEntry function, which the operating system calls when it loads the driver. The DriverEntry function must allocate resources, connect to the hardware device, and set up data structures for use by the other entry points. Kernel drivers can be written in different programming languages, but C is the most popular choice. For more information regarding scripting and Windows internals visit our blog: ► Programming & Scripting: 🤍 ► Windows Internals: 🤍 If you are interested in improving your education and advancing your career in the cyber security industry, why not take a look at our Bootcamps and certifications: ► Bootcamps: 🤍 ► Certifications: 🤍
В данном видео вы узнаете как загрузить Kernel Driver который имеет расширение sys, да и я думаю каждый хотел бы знать как загружает драйвер или как их еще называют службы в формате .sys и сегодня мы воспользуемся лоадером gdrv его называют катридж и маппер благодаря которому загружает не сертифицированные драйвера! По поводу сотрудничества/рекламы: 🤍 Плейлист как работать с драйверами: 🤍 Лоадер драйверов gdrv: 🤍
It's hard to write kernel mode drivers. Real hard. In fact, it's hard to believe how hard it is. Well, the Windows Driver People have been working tirelessly to make it a little less hard (not easy) to write kernel mode drivers that won't hose your system. You know, blue screen of death and the like. If you write kernel mode drivers you really should watch this video. You will be impressed with the work that has gone into the Kernel Mode Driver Framework. This framework abstracts some of the pain points away for driver developers giving them the freedom to concentrate on their algorithms related to device usability... Find out more about KMDF and related technologies (and get the bits!) KMDF Blog: 🤍 KMDF homepage: 🤍 KMDF bits (v1.1 right now): 🤍 WDF: (UMDF, verification tools): 🤍
How to Fix | VirtualBox Kernel Driver Not Installed (rc=-1908) | modprobe vboxdrv | VirtualBox | Linux | Kali Linux | 2022 Hi guys, In this video I will show you how to solve the error "VirtualBox kernel driver not installed (rc=-1908)" on Linux. After reinstalling virtualbox-dkms as in the video above, you may also have to use the sudo modprobe vboxdrv command to reload the kernel module. [[ Result code: NS_ERROR_FAILURE(0x80004005) ]] Command: $ sudo apt install reinstall virtualbox-dkms $ sudo apt install libelf-dev $ sudo modprobe vboxdrv Hope this helps! • SHARE, LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE !! ✓ • Turn on "🔔" to get notified of the latest video uploads! ✓ Support me: Subscribe : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Thanks For Watching..
As the rest of the Android security infrastructure improves, the Android/Linux kernel is well on its way to becoming the "weakest link," being responsible for a higher and higher fraction of vulnerabilities . Most of these vulnerabilities are in kernel driver code, as this driver code is often maintained by third parties and gets less scrutiny than the kernel itself. By Aravind Machiry & Chris Salls & Yan Shoshitaishvili & Shuang Hao & Jake Corina Full Abstract & Presentation Materials: 🤍
This video continues to expand on how to write a device driver in linux. Specifically, I cover the difference between the two main types of devie drivers: character device drivers, and block device drivers. Additionally, this video provides a quick diagrammatic overview of the process involved in writing a device driver from beginnng to end. Of particular importance, the two main things to get from this video is that when writing a device driver one needs to create a device file using (mknod /directory/name c major minor) and to then write the device driver.
BoF: Early Platform Drivers in Linux Kernel - Bartosz Golaszewski, BayLibre Certain class of devices, such as timers, certain clock drivers and irq chip drivers need to be probed early in the boot sequence. The currently preferred approach is using one of the OF_DECLARE() macros. This however does not allow the users to benefit from many helpful APIs exposed by the kernel that only work with actual device drivers (ones that deal with struct device * objects). There were several attempts at solving this issue in the past. Some of them were merged only to be abandoned later. I recently posted series of patches that were initially aimed at solving an initialization problem on a client's platform but grew into a full fledged early platform drivers implementation. During this BoF session I'd like to start a discussion about how to best handle devices that need to be probed early in linux. About Bartosz Golaszewski Bartosz Golaszewski has over 8 years of engineering experience in the embedded systems domain ranging from low-level, real-time operating systems, through the linux kernel to user-space programs and libraries. He has worked on international projects in a broad range of fields: bleeding edge consumer electronics, high availability systems and military applications. He has contributed significant changes to several open-source projects including the linux kernel, busybox, buildroot, sigrok and many others. Bartosz maintains libgpiod - a C library for interacting with the GPIO character device for linux.
[Fixed] Display driver nvidia windows kernel mode driver version 391 35 stopped responding For global settings: a.Go to NVIDIA control panel ►3 d settings ► manage 3 D settings. b.Go to global settings ► set the power management mode to prefer maximum performance. c.Also set the vertical sync to OFF.Click on apply. For specific games: 1.Go to NVIDIA control panel ► 3 D settings ► manage 3 D settings. 2.Program settings ► add the .exe file of the game ► set the power management mode to prefer maximum performance. 3.Click on Apply, close the control panel, launch the game and check if it helps.
Advance C knowledge, Basic I/O, and Linux Char Device Driver. Get an overview of your program. Meet your instructors and enhance your Linux network programming skills. Learn the networking framework to deconstruct any open-ended problem and then understand the concepts to solve network related open issues. Linux Network Internals Start learning with basic concepts like Key problems with networking, Network interface card (NIC) device drivers, System initialization, Layer 2 (link-layer) tasks implementation and problems based on these data asked in product based tier etc. CHECK PREVIOUS Embedded System CLASS RECORDING Advance Network Device Drivers Concepts After excelling our skills in the Linux network we will move on to advance module of the course. We will start from Neighbor infrastructure and protocols (ARP), Bridging, Routing, ICMP and problems based on these concepts. You will also learn cross-compilation and porting kernel Image to an Embedded Device. You will learn setting up NFS (Network File System) and tftpboot server. Network device driver code, DMA concepts.
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#FOSS #Linux #GNU #KernelModules #LinuxDriver #Tutorial Let's leave userspace and head towards Kernelspace! In this series of videos I will show you how to write your own Linux Driver. Here I will show you how to send a signal from a kernel module to an userspace application. Here is the link to my git-repo: 🤍 You want to learn more? Check out my playlist: 🤍 Resource for this video: 🤍
RESOLVIDO O ERRO AO TENTAR INICIAR ISO's OU IMAGENS NO VIRTUALBOX: Kernel driver not installed RC = 1908 The VirtualBox Linux kernel driver is either not loaded or not set up correctly. Please try setting it up again by executing. '/sbin/vboxconfig' as root. if your system has EFI Secure Boot enabled you also need to sign the kernel modules (vboxdrv, vboxnetflt, vboxnetadp, vboxpci) before you can load them. Please see your Linux system's documentation for more information. where: suplibOsInit what: 3 VERR_VM_DRIVER_NOT_INSTALLED (-1908) - The support driver is not installed. On linux, open returned ENOENT. = VÍDEOS COMPLEMENTARES Virtualbox kernel driver not installed (rc=-1908) Ubuntu 🤍 Resolver erro rc=1908 no Virtualbox para Debian, Ubuntu e derivados 🤍 - 📢Aprenda agora sobre SQL! Conheça nosso curso:✅ 👨💻SQL do zero á prática.🖱 💥Aproveite a promoção!💥 💵De: R$ 24,99 💵Por: R$ 9,99. ✅Garantia de 7 dias 💻Certificado de conclusão. Aqui você vai aprender os principais comandos do SQL, como: SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, DROP, INNER. 🟢ACESSE AGORA:🟢 🔹️🤍 ✌💪CANAIS PARCEIROS - SE INSCREVAM NELES TAMBÉM 💪✌ - 🔰 Dicas da Tainara 🔰 🌐 🤍 📲 REDES SOCIAIS 📥 📲 Instagram: 🤍 📲Facebook:🤍 📲 Whatsapp: 🤍 🌎 SITE OFICIAL 🔰 Espaço da Sobrevivência 🔰 🌐 🤍