If I understand correctly the hearbleed vulnerability, only the heap of the OpenSSL process can be retrieved by an attacker (or part of depending on the memory allocation type that is used). Then, how ...
I found an heap overflow exploit for a vulnerability in git servers. This lead to lucrative operations on various bug bounty programs (GitHub already promised to put me in their top 10). When it ...
I'm missing a part of the process for preparing a payload for an overflow exploit. To crash a program using an overflow vulnerability, lets say the heap. How can we control the memory address it ...