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  1. Neata. address = 0x0018FB54 address = address + 0x14 address = address + 0x0 address = address + 0x7 ReadProcessMemory(processHandle, address, buffer, bufferSize, byref(bytesRead)) Se rupe filmul la acel "0x0" , prin urmare nu reusesc sa completez pointerul. Am luat la puricat documentatia python cat mi-a permis experienta pana in prezent, am rupt stackoverflow, am cautat si pe rst si nu gasesc un exemplu viabil sa accesez un amarat de pointer. Am invartit variabila aia de am innebunit, de ieri ma chinui intruna. Am luat cateva snipetturi de cod C++ si le-am
  2. It is a new tool for analysis of Windows executable files, in order to quickly identify if this is or is not a malware. Most analyzes are based on the extraction of strings "ANSI" and "UNICODE" in disk, but also works with "Memory Dumps". Obviously, the latter option might compromise the security of your computer when you run the samples, so it's recommended make this in laboratory systems. Download https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B74kMAGqImI9R1o4Q2Z1X054cjA
  3. Buffer overflow is a very common and widely known software security vulnerability. It is a condition which occurs when more data is written into a block of memory (buffer) than it is allocated to hold. As buffers are created to hold a definite amount of data, the excess information stored gets overflowed to the adjacent buffers, causing overwriting or damaging the valid data which is already stored. In order to exploit buffer overflow, one should have basic knowledge about topics like stacks, CPU registers, memory allocation, etc. As it is a very vast topic in itself, in this article we will t
  4. ## # This module requires Metasploit: http://metasploit.com/download # Current source: https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework ## require 'msf/core' class Metasploit3 < Msf::Exploit::Remote Rank = NormalRanking include Msf::Exploit::Powershell include Msf::Exploit::Remote::BrowserExploitServer def initialize(info={}) super(update_info(info, 'Name' => 'Adobe Flash Player UncompressViaZlibVariant Uninitialized Memory', 'Description' => %q{ This module exploits an unintialized memory vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player. Th
  5. Google is prepping a fix for Android users that addresses a meddlesome memory leakage issue that’s plagued some device users since the end of last year. The issue, present in versions 5.0.1 and 5.1 of the mobile operating system code-named Lollipop, has been causing irregular application activity on several Nexus devices for weeks. In some instances, users have apparently experienced issues launching apps and seen apps randomly restarting, often without opening or changing any application. The most prevalent issue users have witnessed has been a massive surge in memory usage. On an issue track
  6. In one of more impressive hacks in recent memory, researchers have devised an attack that exploits physical weaknesses in certain types of DDR memory chips to elevate the system rights of untrusted users of Intel-compatible PCs running Linux. The technique, outlined in a blog post published Monday by Google's Project Zero security initiative, works by reversing individual bits of data stored in DDR3 chip modules known as DIMMs. Last year, scientists proved that such "bit flipping" could be accomplished by repeatedly accessing small regions of memory, a feat that—like a magician who transforms
  7. Rowhammer: NaCl Sandbox Escape PoC Rowhammer: Linux Kernel Privilege Escalation PoC Software, from web apps, to operating systems to firmware, has been abused and exploited every which way from Sunday for decades by both researchers and attackers. Now, it is hardware’s turn in the spotlight, as researchers have published details of a new method for exploiting a problem with some DRAM memory devices that can allow attackers to get low-level access to target machines. The problem is being called “rowhammer”, as it’s a method for repeatedly hammering on rows of cells of memory in DRAM devices t
  8. Have you been wondering how to speed up your computer? Cacheman (short for Cache-manager), the award-winning Windows optimizer, offers you a multitude of ways to speed up your computer. Cacheman has been developed with novice, intermediate, and expert users in mind. Immediately after installation, Cacheman examines your computer and automatically tweaks a vast number of cache settings, Registry values, system service options, and PC memory parameters. But this is only the start. Cacheman then continues to work quietly in the background, in order to speed up your computer even more by managing
  9. The need to defend confidentiality of our sensitive information against persistently rising cyber threats has turned most of us toward using encryption on a daily basis. This is facilitated by easy-to-use GUI tools like TrueCrypt that offer advanced encryption without hassles. TrueCrypt offers ‘on-the-fly’ encryption, which means we do not have to wait for large files to decrypt after entering the correct passphrase; files are immediately accessible. Many of us have come to trust TrueCrypt to defend extremely sensitive personal and business secrets. However, there is no such thing as absolute
  10. Google pushed out on Wednesday a new version of its Chrome browser (40.0.2214.91) and along with it paid out more than two dozen bounties, including 16 for memory corruption vulnerabilities. In all, 62 security vulnerabilities were patched, 17 of those considered high severity bugs by Google. Most of those high-severity vulnerabilities were memory corruption or use-after-free vulnerabilities in a number of Chrome components, including ICU, V8, FFmpeg and DOM. A researcher credited as cloudfuzzer cashed in with $12,000 worth of bounties, including three critical bugs. Another reporter known as
  11. For a long time, Microsoft’s monthly Patch Tuesday security bulletins have periodically addressed use-after free vulnerabilities, the latest class of memory corruption bugs that have already found their way into a number of targeted attacks. Microsoft has implemented mitigations to address memory related vulnerabilities that afford successful attackers control over the underlying computer. Most notably, Microsoft has stood behind its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit, or EMET, suggesting it on several occasions as a temporary mitigation for a vulnerability until the company could push out
  12. Se da urmatorul executabil compilat: -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 begin 644 addr.tar.bz2 M0EIH.3%!629363;W0%@`"%Y_________[__[________W_3^[O]_:9KMSVVD M^'5N?V??X`I_;W`U=P2<=W?;W+X[ITDWSNG6<$@]S-M[/AII$T"IX1HT:::3 M4_5/"9,HTVIFFAJ8GJ>4]&HT-#:)Z1DVB:&F(9&33U,0--`#0TTS0F$,CTC3 M31M33$!H`T;*#0DTQ`:F330FTC2,IM3]32#U`TT:``````-``T#(-````#0& M@``````!H`:F")*::>H`-!H`:!H`!H!H```!B!H```&@&@```&30````-`&C M)H"0I$`1(VTFIY(VIHT#U`&)H``-`&@`>H```-!HT``#U````````&@``#L4 M#0`T&@-`TR`-``-`:`,@`````#U#(T:`R:``T#(&31H```,@`&
  13. Dupa ce veti termina de citit acest tutorial veti cunoaste urmatoarele lucruti: Physical Memory Virtual memory Memory addressing (basics) Voi folosi cei mai simpli termeni ca fiecare sa inteleaga cum functioneaza Physical memory se refera la memoria fizica unde vin stocate datele Memoria fizica poate fi clasificata in 2 tipuri: Active memory Inactive Memory Physical Active memory (RAM) Aici vin stocate programele atunci cand vin executate.Termenul este folosit pentru a descrie cantitatea totala de memorie RAM instalata in calculator.(Se refera la memoria RAM).Poate fi paragonata cu un bi
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