The data, tools, and procedures which, when applied to a specific vulnerability, predictably violate the security design of a system.

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find if 0-day flash bug was exploited (on a particular machine)

There have been several critical 0-day exploits in the past days/weeks in Flash alone. Nobody knows how long the 0-days have been exploited, and it is reasonable to expect that there are 0-days being ...
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Steps after getting hit with malware or browser exploits on Xubuntu

Well, today I was browsing the internet and I suddenly got redirected to a chinese hosted malware site and firefox started going crazy. I checked the url on virustotal with my phone and it found other ...
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Bash Shellshock

I am trying to find out if my devices are vulnerable to bash shellshock. I have run the commands found on https://shellshocker.net. It seems my devices are both susceptible to only one of the ...
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What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?

Definition of XSS If you search the web, there are many different ways to define a cross site scripting attack. Simply put, XSS vulnerabilities occur when a malicious attacker is permitted to inject ...
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Suspicious web-application requests containing encoded JavaScript function(?)

I've been seeing some odd traffic in the logs for a web-application (Apache) that I'm wondering about, and I'm hoping that someone here has seen this before. The raw requests were variations of: ...
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Exploitation of Reflected XSS on Android App

I am trying to do a security evaluation of an android application. I came across a situation where one of the activities of the app displays certain form fields in a webview. This form is very ...
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Shared clipboard on Linux without keylogging, etc. vulnerabilities?

X has some serious security problems, not the least of which is that any program using a given display can log keystrokes from any other program on that display. (This can be demonstrated easily using ...
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MySQL BACKRONYM (CVE-2015-3152) only affects MySQL client?

I read the CVE-2015-3152 (https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2015-3152) named BACKRONYM (http://backronym.fail/), and what I understood (ELI5 style) was the following: Attacker ...
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ROP attack on x64, zero bytes trouble

I have found ROP tutorial on x86. Now i try to exploit simple buffer overflow case on x64: int main(int argc, char **argv) { char buf[10]; strcpy(buf, argv[1]); ... } I figured out, ...
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Possible exploit while MPLS parsing with Bottom of Stack bit

My current task to parse MPLS label in a packet and store them in to a list. When I check packets with MPLS: One can understand it is the last MPLS header by checking Bottom of Stack bit. If ...
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EIP getting changed in fgetc() Buffer Overflow Homework

Here is the gist of the code: main(){ char s1[64], s2[64]; int a = 0, b = 0; FILE *fp1, fp2*; char temp; scanf("%s", s1); scanf("%s", s2); ... //some checks happen, fp1 is opened to ...
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Is it dangerous to append search query to the base URL?

I'm testing drupal website and I've noticed that search query gets appended to the base URL in the response, like so: query: "hey ho: there" http://www.baseurl.com/search/node/hey ho%3A there query: ...
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Older Cell / Smart phones were susceptible to bluesnarfing / bluetooth attacks, Why specifically are smartphones secure from this attack now?

Older cell / smart phones were susceptible to bluesnarfing / Bluetooth attacks, Nokia phones in particular. But now in days, modern smart phone and cell phones that use Bluetooth technology for ...
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where to find a detailed demonstration on how to imitate the Token Kidnapping exploit by Argeniss?

I am looking for a way to do the Token Kidnapping’s Revenge exploit by Argeniss. (The vulnerability is explained in here) I am studying security (beginner) and I would like to imitate the attack to ...
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Local lan drive by download

Basically, I'm testing a local network, on which I'm able to use ARP spoofing. I now want to try and infect one of the Windows boxes on the network with a backdoor. I could inject an iframe into their ...
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Execute form environmental variable while stack is not executable

Strange thing happened. I created EGG=NOPs + shellcode. Then i get the address of EGG; I made buffer overflow and jumped to it and get the shell(address of shell is the second parametr). How is this ...
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Windows CTF/war games/reverse engineering/exploit challenges

War Games are fun but mainly deal with Linux reverse engineering. Example: http://blackbox.smashthestack.org:85/ Does anyone know of similar online games for Windows security?
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Malware or exploit kit without escalation kit

Does anyone know of any malware or exploit kit that do not use a privilege escalation kit and just do malicious things with an unprivileged permission?
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Exploit circulating Facebook with a .pnh file embedded in a <img> tag

Not sure how long this link will be up, but this is the page where users get redirected after trying to read a fake news post in someone timeline. [WARNING: ACCESS IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT] ...
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Exploiting buffer overflow

When I download a copy of a vulnerable program and try to exploit it by buffer overflow (any internal function calling as a payload), it works. However, when I made a same type of vulnerable program ...
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List of devices vulnerable to bad USB

I come across a site once where they had a huge list of tested devices that were vulnerable to the bad USB exploit. In this list were USB devices like keyboards, webcams, network usb sticks and ...