I want to understand how a vulnerable internet facing process on some computer is exploited to run arbitrary binary code. I understand how buffer overflows could be used to overwrite the return ...
In a modern OS I think that: the .text section where binary assembled CPU instructions are stored cannot be modified the .data/.bss section is marked as no-execute so that the information there will ...
What exactly happens when someone injects malicious binary code into an image file (on Windows)? How is that done?