Do all new OSes implement the no execute bit in order to overcome vulnerabilities that could be used to execute malicious code? for example, is it implemented in Win7? Does that mean that the ...
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 ...
For a heap overflow to occur and arbitrary code to be executed, the function free() performs the step : hdr->next->next->prev = hdr->next->prev I understand that the address of ...
Can somebody explain the different steps to produce a heapspray attack (what are the needed vulnerabilities in the targeted software, what are the limitations of such technique, how to proceed, ...) ...