I really appreciate the work of the Broadcom exploit by P0 (cool that Halvar gets a shoutout)!
I wish people writing exploit-reports would start with the reveal or outcome and *then* show how they got there.
Too often the author takes the reader on the full journey from the the start. The problem is that the author already has end-result context but the reader does not.
The reader, at the end, is forced to re-parse earlier elements when they get the final context.
@Mudge I agree, and same thing holds with other forms of writing too. Working toward a big reveal can put people to sleep before you get there.
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