Code elements to look for when automating exploit generation

When you test the security of an application (let’s say for finding a buffer overflow vulnerability) you can have a variety of tools at your disposal: Static code analysers: tools that allow the analysis of a program without actually executing it. They can check for Syntax errors, coding implementations that don’t adhere to the standard guidelines, security vulnerabilities. They are prone to a high number of false positive and false negative results. Normally they analyze …

Penetration testing course: 0x02.3 Introduction to Computer Networks

“Humans are social animals” like Aristotle said and as such they need to communicate with each other. At the beginning there was only oral (verbal) and written communication, then thanks to the evolution of electronics and telecommunication systems humans were able to communicate with each other remotely by broadcasting messages via electrical or wireless signals. We’ve seen the introduction of …