Usualy I write assembly programs and thens dump their contents to get the shellcode. What I was wondering instead of assembly can I write a c++ program, then dump that and then use it instead of the ...
I'm injecting native x86 code into a .NET application, via a TLS callback in the binary image. Unfortunately, .NET executables only import mscorlib.dll within the PE, and have kernel32.dll mapped ...
I'm currently reading the popular article "Smashing the Stack for fun and profit" by Aleph One but I have a problem. I will try to isolate the problem and present to you only that detail. Even if I ...
I had recently thought of an extreme way of implementing security by obscurity and wanted to ask you guys if it's possible. Would a person with no access to special processor documentation be able ...
Shellcode presents certain challenges for disassembly. It often self-modifies, jumps to the stack (where the shellcode will likely be placed), and relies on certain unusual tricks that standard ...
For example Simile is extremely complex and is written in assembly. If something is going to be complicated isn't it best NOT to write it in assembly?