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  1. Hello RST : Exploit Development Course 2015 --> Free Preface Hi and welcome to this website! I know people don’t like to read prefaces, so I’ll make it short and right to the point. This is the preface to a course about Modern Windows Exploit Development. I chose Windows because I’m very familiar with it and also because it’s very popular. In particular, I chose Windows 7 SP1 64-bit. Enough with Windows XP: it’s time to move on! There are a few full-fledged courses about Exploit Development but they’re all very expensive. If you can’t afford such courses, you can scour the Internet for papers, articles and some videos. Unfortunately, the information is scattered all around the web and most resources are definitely not for beginners. If you always wanted to learn Exploit Development but either you couldn’t afford it or you had a hard time with it, you’ve come to the right place! This is an introductory course but please don’t expect it to be child’s play. Exploit Development is hard and no one can change this fact, no matter how good he/she is at explaining things. I’ll try very hard to be as clear as possible. If there’s something you don’t understand or if you think I made a mistake, you can leave a brief comment or create a thread in the forum for a longer discussion. I must admit that I’m not an expert. I did a lot of research to write this course and I also learned a lot by writing it. The fact that I’m an old-time reverse engineer helped a lot, though. In this course I won’t just present facts, but I’ll show you how to deduce them by yourself. I’ll try to motivate everything we do. I’ll never tell you to do something without giving you a technical reason for it. In the last part of the course we’ll attack Internet Explorer 10 and 11. My main objective is not just to show you how to attack Internet Explorer, but to show you how a complex attack is first researched and then carried out. Instead of presenting you with facts about Internet Explorer, we’re going to reverse engineer part of Internet Explorer and learn by ourselves how objects are laid out in memory and how we can exploit what we’ve learned. This thoroughness requires that you understand every single step of the process or you’ll get lost in the details. As you’ve probably realized by now, English is not my first language (I’m Italian). This means that reading this course has advantages (learning Exploit Development) and disadvantages (unlearning some of your English). Do you still want to read it? Choose wisely To benefit from this course you need to know and be comfortable with X86 assembly. This is not negotiable! I didn’t even try to include an assembly primer in this course because you can certainly learn it on your own. Internet is full of resources for learning assembly. Also, this course is very hands-on so you should follow along and replicate what I do. I suggest that you create at least two virtual machines with Windows 7 SP1 64-bit: one with Internet Explorer 10 and the other with Internet Explorer 11. I hope you enjoy the ride! Contents WinDbg Mona 2 Structure Exception Handling (SEH) Heap Windows Basics Shellcode Exploitme1 (ret eip overwrite) Exploitme2 (Stack cookies & SEH) Exploitme3 (DEP) Exploitme4 (ASLR) Exploitme5 (Heap Spraying & UAF) EMET 5.2 Internet Explorer 10 Reverse Engineering IE From one-byte-write to full process space read/write God Mode (1) God Mode (2) Use-After-Free bug Internet Explorer 11 Part 1 Part 2 Regards NO-MERCY PDF'S Soooooooon Source : http://expdev-kiuhnm.rhcloud.com/2015/05/11/contents/
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  3. Cum de pana acuma nu a aparut nicio sectiune sau vreun sub-forum dedicat sectorului de Android / IOS Development and Programming ? @quadxenon Done
  4. Exploit Pack is a full IDE for exploit development and penetration testing with base workspace and an extensible module system. It is written mostly in JAVA but its modules use Python as an engine and it can be used to develop packages or tools which then can be run inside of GUI. Released under the GPLv3, Exploit Pack is free and open source tool running on Windows, GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and MacOSX. Home page, download: Exploit Pack - Exploit Development IDE
  5. Hello Rst : This is a little Course for Exploit Development for Win32 talking about stack based bof & seh Contents : Stack-Based Buffer Overflow Tutorials : <--- Part One VLC media player V 0.8.6d (Target) 1-Stack-based Buffer Overflow tutorials : Step 1: Preparing The Skeleton Exploit 2-Stack-based Buffer Overflow tutorials: Step 2 Verifying The Bug 3-Stack-based Buffer Overflow tutorials Step 3: Finding the overwrite offset. Target 4-Stack-based Buffer Overflow tutorials. Step 4 : Picking an overwrite address (JMP ESP: USER32.dll) 5-Stack-based Buffer Overflow tutorials. Step 5: Finding bad characters 6-Stack-based Buffer Overflow tutorials. Step 6 : Adding The Final Shellcode 7-Stack-based Buffer Overflow tutorials. Step 7 : Porting Exploit to Metasploit Framework 8-Stack-based Buffer Overflow tutorials. Step 8: Porting exploit to Metasploit. Seh-Based Buffer Overflow Tutorials : <--- Part Two :) Video Spirit Pro (Target) 9-SEH-based buffer overflow tutorials. Step 1: Skeleton Exploit 10-SEH-based buffer overflow tutorials. Step 2: Finding the Overwrite Offset 11-SEH-based buffer overflow tutorials. Step 3: Picking an overwrite address 12-SEH-based buffer overflow tutorials. Step 4: Finding Bad Characters 13-SEH-based buffer overflow tutorials. Step 5: Adding The Final Shellcode Playlist Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdXylH5WObDcOUUyhoHWUcFImbGNU7nT1 Author : ninjas3c Regards NO-MERCY
  6. 1. Exploit Development - Part 1 (Concepts) **This video and Part 2 Segment 1 are more lecture based videos** I recommend watching in full-screen due to quality issues. This is part 1 of 5. More to come over the next few weeks. Also, sorry about how I was talking in the video, I'm not a strong 2. Exploit Development - Part 2a (Shellcode) Exploit Development - Part 2b (Shellcode) 3. Exploit Development - Part 3 (Fuzzing) 4. Exploit Development - Part 4 (Disassembly/Reversing) Reverse Engineering is a very broad category, and in its own right deserves its own video series. The steps I go through in this video are more for mapping out a program, rather than editing asm code to change execution flow. 5. Exploit Development - Part 5a (Putting It All Together) Exploit Development - 5b (Putting It All Together)
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