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**Update**
I have released rb_hijack-0.1, and it is now packaged as a rubygem to make my life easier, and to make it really simple to install and remove if you wish to

Quick summary
I have written Ruby bindings for libhijack. It isn't a complete implementation of the libhijack API, but it will provide you with the means to attach to a process and inject some shellcode to a PID that you supply from inside Ruby.
It is written as a module, so you can easily mixin it's functionality into your own module or use the module on its own.

I'm proud to announce the release of Project Hijack 0.2. It's available as a shared library for easy integration with current and new projects. Libhijack 0.2 makes injecting arbitrary code incredibly easy. 32bit Linux systems are supported. 64bit Linux systems are mostly supported, with one known bug.

I've been working on this version for the past few months and am excited to see this project take off. I'll be working on fixing the 64bit bug (and will probably release 0.2.1 with the fix) then move on to injecting other shared objects, rather than just shellcode.

You can now add tutorials. YOu can either upload a file(40megs), and/or you can upload a screencast/video from near any format which goes onto cdn2. Very Cool stuff. Ill be working on getting a system setup so you can easily find them, and then well get a link added to the right side of the page. Its a simple view, except that its late, and I have two site launches this week. If you have any problems, send feedback.

I'm working on an IRC bot at the moment, and there is really far too much to do all by myself, so I'd really appreciate some help if you have the spare time. The bot is written for ruby 1.8, it is plugin based, and has an API that the plugins use. If you'd like to help writing plugins(which is made very easy), checkout http://svn.hack3r.com/ircbot/trunk/plugins/nickserv/main.rb as an example plugin.

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