I am trying to learn about buffer overflow attacks and wanted to see a working demo of the same. I have been following many online resources to understand the same. For example, this has proven really ...
I have been playing with some wargames and I ported some of then on my Linux machine as well. I noticed that when not using -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2, gcc might compile "main" with an interesting ...
I'm trying to compile a simple buffer overflow example on a Debian i386 VM. The executable builds ok, but EIP does not get overwritten correctly despite being supplied a sufficiently large input to ...
I'm curious about compiling with gcc/g++/clang with the assumption that headers and implementation files are user-provided, but not the build configuration. (i.e., no cd lib && make) What if ...
I'm just trying to execute shellcode directly from the command line. I send a simple 0x90 NOP and get a segmentation fault? root@server:~# gcc shellcode.c -o shellrun -fno-stack-protector -z ...
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 ...
Is a program compiled with the GCC -fstack-protector option and running in a Linux environment with the va_randomize_space kernel variable set to 1, totally protected against buffer overflow attacks? ...
What set of GCC options provide the best protection against memory corruption vulnerabilities such as Buffer Overflows, and Dangling Pointers? Does GCC provide any type of ROP chain mitigation? Are ...