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Address Space Layout Randomisation (ASLR) is a technology used to help prevent shellcode from being successful. It does this by randomly offsetting the location of modules and certain in-memory structures.

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randomising the position of a lot of pointers on the stack. Defeating ASLR requires either of: bruteforcing until you accidentally find the correct random address (which requires re-launching the app … that it is not the implementations only that are weak, but rather the design. KASLR needs a lot more care in how it is implemented than traditional ASLR because the conditions for exploitation are much …
answered Oct 7 '14 by Steve Dodier-Lazaro