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Yes, malware exists in all sorts of languages. Often, though, some of the most critical fiddly bits of many exploits are written not in C or C++, but rather directly in machine code, carefully assembled often by hand. This may be the only want to get the sizing and alignment correct for what you're trying to do. The distance from the "metal" is a matter of ...


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You can write a virus in any language. The condition is the OS vulnerability that is being exploited and the language tools that are available to take advantage of it. "High-level" languages are not 'further' from the OS kernel, but rather they are more abstracted from the kernel from the programmer's point of view. Even Python can access network sockets, ...


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I guess you are referring to ssltest.py that is circulating in the wild. The Client Hello was probably just copied from another packet capture. It is part of the SSL handshake: Client Server ClientHello --------> ServerHello ...


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A simple Google search on "django client certificate" reveals this, and this, and this, which all answer to your question as: yes, Django can work with certificate-based client authentication. People don't do that often in practice, because client certificates work only if you can arrange for clients to have certificates, basically meaning that you must ...



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