Win32 Exploit Development Tutorial Series [Update V10]
My account accidentally got deleted/banned so all my post are gone :confused:... Thanks Bolexxx and g0tmi1k for helping me get it sorted out. I wanted to repost this tutorial series as it is still being updated and I think this is a topic that will interest quite a few people!
FuzzySecurity is branching out into Linux exploit development. Both Windows and Linux exploit development still have multiple parts to come :cool:
Windows Exploit Development:
Part 1: Introduction to Exploit Development
Part 2: Saved Return Pointer Overflows
Part 3: Structured Exception Handler (SEH)
Part 4: Egg Hunters
Part 5: Unicode 0x00410041
Part 6: Writing W32 shellcode
Part 7: Return Oriented Programming
Part 8: Spraying the Heap [Chapter 1: Vanilla EIP]
Linux Exploit Development
Part 1: Introduction to Linux Exploit Development
Part 2: Linux Format String Exploitation
Re: Win32 Exploit Development Tutorial Series
Thank you so much, I have downloaded the first 2 parts during the fall - now I have some time to work on it and was wondering about the rest.
Just for reference, I have an account (paid) for about 10 year in adrive.com, never have a problem with any of my stuff, about 300 gigas - I have friends and co-workers with a free account (about 50 gigas) - never a problem.
You can share an un-share any file as you wish, just try to keep you file count as low as possible for free account, zip, rar or iso multiple files, that way you save space on your drive
Looking forward to spring to work on it, plus I just finish classes on Python, Ruby and Bash programming, now it should more interering
Great work and thank you