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The processor architecture of most PCs and servers, including the 386/486/Pentium/… (IA-32) 32-bit family and the amd64 64-bit family. Most x86 processors are made by Intel or AMD.

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Do fTPM implementations protect against physical attacks?

I see that there is an increasing number of PCs shipped with firmware based TPM (fTPM), e.g. the Intel NUC. As far as I understand, these solutions practically emulate a TPM chip using the CPUs ...
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msfvenom: how to output assembly of windows payload for inline assembly in C?

My goal is to obfuscate metasploit windows payloads' assembly code (adding junk code to the payload itself), then adding the obfuscated shellcode to inline assembly in C. The issue is there is no ...
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Buffer bomb level 3 - Prevent stack corruption

I am trying to complete level 3 of buffer bomb lab. The task is to supply an exploit string that will cause getbuf to return my cookie (0x4b64b076) back to test, rather than the value 1. The exploit ...
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BufferOverflow : ESP and access violation

The context : I have a small question regarding ESP and access violation. I just exploited a buffer overflow, with little space after ESP. So i did this : part 1 : NOP SLED part 2 : my shellcode : ...
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Can Software-based fault isolation (SFI) prevent meltdown?

Suppose we have a complete implementation of SFI on a CPU hardware that is vulnerable to meltdown attacks that also happens to run a Linux kernel that is also vulnerable to meltdown attacks. Can SFI ...
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Stack buffer overflow: Is compiler changing variables order, preventing me to overwrite EIP properly?

I am learning about stack buffer overflow. A little info about my target: A x86 little endian intel-based computer, with a target compiled with TCC Compiler with no protections of any kind running on ...