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comment Finding environment variables with gdb, to exploit a buffer overflow
That's it!! Thanks a lot :) I had managed to get the address just with x/s environ and TONS of "enter"s, but it wasn't very nice :P
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comment Reverse engineering (decompiling) an .exe file in OSX
Oopse! My fault. I linked to a page only accessible for registered members, but the thing is: it's just a public wargame. In that level they give you the .exe file and ask you to cause a buffer overflow to it; after that you will receive a password which you have to input in the webpage to get the level passed. As you see, the code has been done to be hacked :)
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