I am trying to compile the following exploit http://pastebin.com/pxy4GiFQ to use it against one of my lab machines. I am trying to compile it inside KALI machine and get the following error: ...
I am trying to compile the following exploit: http://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/10613/ But get the following error: local.c:12:22: fatal error: asm/page.h: No such file or directory compilation ...
When you add the /gs argument to microsoft's compiler, it would place a copy of args below the buffer variable. So, what's the point of keeping a copy of arg?
In Visual Studio, what are the risks of simply opening an untrusted project? What are the mitigations?
I'm looking at the source code of some potentially hostile code. As usual, VS 2012 is giving me the security warning: "You should only open projects from a trustworthy source" ... "ask me for every ...