I have a program with a heap overflow. It contains some code that is not randomized (is not using ASLR). I want to do a return-oriented programming exploit. Since this is a heap overflow, the first ...
I am new to structured exception handling based exploits. Why don't we put our return address directly in SE handler to jump to our shellcode? (with no safe SEH) Can anybody explain the reason of ...
I am working on return oriented programming exploitation on a x86_64 Linux. However, my research leads to impossibility of ROP exploitation in 64-bit Linux machine because all of code segments are ...