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It doesn't really qualify as memory corruption but it's definititely in the memory-exploit domain if that is enough for you.

I've always thought Heartbleed is a great example of a memory exploit. I mean - there's even an xkcd that does a fine job at explaining it.

It should be fairly easy to set up by compiling any SSL-capable server of your choosing against a vulnerable version of OpenSSL and then firing at it with a client that can exploit it (there's a few links available on the metasploit).

It doesn't really qualify as memory corruption but it's definititely in the memory-exploit domain if that is enough for you.

I've always thought Heartbleed is a great example of a memory exploit. I mean there's even an xkcd that does a fine job at explaining it.

It should be fairly easy to set up by compiling any SSL-capable server of your choosing against a vulnerable version of OpenSSL and then firing at it with a client that can exploit it (there's a few links available on the metasploit).

It doesn't really qualify as memory corruption but it's definititely in the memory-exploit domain if that is enough for you.

I've always thought Heartbleed is a great example of a memory exploit - there's even an xkcd that does a fine job at explaining it.

It should be fairly easy to set up by compiling any SSL-capable server of your choosing against a vulnerable version of OpenSSL and then firing at it with a client that can exploit it (there's a few links available on the metasploit).

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It doesn't really qualify as memory corruption but it's definititely in the memory-exploit domain if that is enough for you.

I've always thought Heartbleed is a great example of a memory exploit. I mean there's even an xkcd that does a fine job at explaining it.

It should be fairly easy to set up by compiling any SSL-capable server of your choosing against a vulnerable version of OpenSSL and then firing at it with a client that can exploit it (there's a few links available on the metasploit).