I'm researching various buffer overflow techniques, one I encounter and is pretty interested in the moment is Return Oriented Programming (ROP), and the use of small groups of instructions known as ...
I'm injecting native x86 code into a .NET application, via a TLS callback in the binary image. Unfortunately, .NET executables only import mscorlib.dll within the PE, and have kernel32.dll mapped ...
Are there any differences how hardware DEP is implemented on CPUs from different manufacturers (Intel, AMD, nVidia, Texas,...)? Are there any significant differences how hardware DEP works on x86 ...
I heard this can really speed up encryption performance, but I can't find any good information about how to implement it.