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The best resources out there today are 2 books: The Art of Software Assessment, Dowd, McDonald and Schuh. A work of art. This book will teach you everything you need to know about the methodology, threat analysis and how exploits work and what to look for. The Tangled Web, Michal Zalweski. The best book out there right now for securing Web ...


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There are typically three things you can do when searching for buffer overflows: Source Code Review If the source code is available, you could possibly find it by reviewing the code. Decompile the code and review the source If the source code is not available, reverse engineering could be one of the options. Once discovered it is possible to do so, the ...


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First of all, in order to be able to perform reverse engineering you should build some good C programming skills and be able to understand some Assembly commands too. The "problem" with reversing engineering is that you lose a lot of code information depending on the disassemblers or decompilers used (e.g.: code comments, variable name, data types and so ...



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