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How to use Linux profiles in Volatility [closed]

I am newbie to the Volatility Framework. I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 in VM and was testing basic commands. I got the following error: [root@localhost volatility]# python2.7 vol.py --profile=linux ...
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RAM memory data remanence and double boot, risky?

I wonder if my setup can be risky. To give a good starting point for answers I would briefly sketch the situation setup: double boot system GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows GNU/Linux is on 2 ...
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Protecting against Firewire DMA vulnerabilities in Linux

I know there have been questions on this in the past but they all seem quite outdated, or not that specifically relevant. I need to use a 1394(Firewire) connection, however am concerned with possible ...
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1answer
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Using Volatility Framework with Linux memory dumps

I am using Volatility Framework 2.2 to anlayze a Linux memory dump. This memory dump was taken from an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x86_64 machine with the kernel version 3.5.0-23 I have the profile for it and ...
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Linux Memory Protection from buffer overflow

I am practicing Linux buffer overflow exploitation. when trying to exploit a vulnerability in crossfire, everything works well and I get the shellcode placed in the right place, and the program flow ...
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mprotect at kernel level

What would happen if a kernel-level process sets some of its memory pages as PROT_NONE with mprotect and another kernel-level process tries to read one of these protected pages? What is the ...
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Can unencrypted keys & logins be kept out of program memory?

No matter what technique is used to store encryption keys & logins, it seems that all roads lead back to program memory (as far as I know), as an unencrypted version of the keys & logins will ...
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Linux Runtime Memory protection [closed]

I'm searching for a solution to protect process memory at runtime level in Linux (just like GameGuard in Windows). I googled many times but didn't get any useful information. Does anyone know any ...
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environment variable accessibility in Linux

Perhaps this is a trivial question, but how accessible are environment variables in Linux between different users? e.g. if Alice executes export FAVORITE_FOOD=`cat /home/alice/fav_food.txt` Can ...
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Effects of DDoS attacks on memory use under Linux

Can someone whose Linux system is under DDoS attacks give me exact data on the effects of the Low Orbit Ion Cannon (LOIC), the High Orbit Ion Cannon (HOIC), Slowloris, PyLoris, Hping etc. on memory ...
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Two questions about learning Linux exploit development fundamentals

getting ready to delve into the technical world of vulnerability assessment, and I have two questions about where to find certain information. First, I plan on reading "Understanding the Linux ...