is there way to circumvent ASLR without pointer leaks, I mean i read many exploit development course Syllabus and many of them talk about bypass ASLR without pointer leaks, Does anyone can explain to me how it is.

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How "leaking pointers" to bypass DEP/ASLR works
How do ASLR and DEP work?


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There are ways, but they depend on the context of exploitation. No one size fits all I'm afraid. Some example techniques of bypassing ASLR; - Partial address overwrite - Brute force - Using non-ASLR libraries. - Non-PIE binaries - Forcing a non-ASLR library to trigger - Heap spraying

I'm sure there are more techniques I missed. But life is a lot easier if you can get a memory leak.

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