I am not intimately familiar with Java, so this could be a stupid question. In a C program I can find buffer overflows or may be a ROP based exploit to run custom code. How is it done in the context ...
I really like the Java programming language, but I continuously hear about how insecure it is. Googling 'java insecure' or 'java vulnerabilities' brings up multiple articles talking about why you ...
I frequently hear about the security risks of using Android. But few people who write articles on this subject ever identify what parts of Android are at fault, nor do they identify design flaws. Can ...
Browsers store web pages in a local cache on the client's machine. How does a hostile Java applet exploit this information to gain more privileges than it is entitled to? My understanding is that a ...
Looks like the website iphonedevsdk was responsible for serving up the malware that's been causing some of the recent security exploits. According to my browser history, I visited that site back in ...
Sandboxing and AV's aside, if I wanted to manually look at/monitor my system for where they usually enter it, where could I look for possible malicious Java viruses/activity, e.g., would they first ...
In a Java programming book there is a section that details the JVM and memory addresses and location as it pertains to parameters of a class type. As you can see from the console output the initial ...
Exploiting tomcat's vulnerability CVE-2009-2693 Arbitrary file deletion and/or alteration on deploy [closed]
For some tests, I want to exploit tomcat 6 vulnerability CVE-2009-2693. You can see it here http://tomcat.apache.org/security-6.html I am trying this with insecure web application of OWASP. I made ...