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Hack Notes : ROP retn+offset and impact on stack setup

Yesterday, sickn3ss (one of the frequent visitors of the #corelan channel on freenode IRC) posted a really interesting question. The question While testing ROP gadgets, as part of the process of building a DEP bypass exploit for WM Downloader, he wanted to know if there is a way to predict the required padding needed to […]

Malicious pdf analysis : from price.zip to flashplayer.exe

This morning, my generic attachment filter for MS Exchange reported that about 100 emails were put in quarantine because they contained a small zip file.
When looking inside the zip file, I found a small pdf file… I immediately figured this file was up to no good, so it was time to get my hands dirty :)
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Metasploit module : HTTP Form field fuzzer

Introduction About a month after releasing an ftp client fuzzer module for Metasploit, I decided to release yet another fuzzer module I have been working on over the last few weeks. This new module can be used to audit web servers/web server plugins/components/filters, by fuzzing form fields and optionally fuzz some header fields. While this […]

Corelan official IRC channel online (freenode)

#corelan Some of you may have already noticed … Corelan team decided to open an official channel on IRC (freenode).  About 24 hours ago, the channel went live and we have had the pleasure to greeting about 50 users in the channel since that time.  That’s great ! As a lot of people mentioned in […]

Death of an ftp client / Birth of Metasploit modules

Over the past few weeks, Corelan Team has given its undivided attention to fuzzing ftp client applications.

Using a custom built ftp client fuzzer, now part of the Metasploit framework, the team has audited several ftp clients and applications that use an embedded client ftp component. One example of such an application is a tool that would synchronize / backup data from a computer to a remote ftp server.

The 3 main audit/attack vectors that were used during the “project” were

send back overly long responses to ftp commands / requests sent by the ftp client to the server
send back a file/directory listing that contains overly long file/folder names
try to download a file that has an overly long filename.
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BruCON 2010 : Day 0x2

[WORKSHOP] – Malicious PDF Analysis I started the second day at BruCON with attending the workshop about analyzing malicious pdf files. Didier Stevens spared no expense and prepared an impressive lab, offering all sorts of pdf exercise files.  Trying to squeeze in weeks and months of research into a 2 hour workshop, he managed to […]

BruCON 2010 : Day 0x1

After hearing a lot of great things about the first edition of BruCON (in 2009), I decided to attend the con this year.  The fact that BruCON is gaining popularity and established a lot of recognition in the industry already, combined with the fact that it takes place in Brussels, Belgium (my home country), it […]

DLL Hijacking (KB 2269637) – the unofficial list

This page hosts an unofficial list of applications that are said to be vulnerable to the dll hijacking flaw (or feature or whatever you want to call it). Note that I did not test these applications myself. If you have found other applications to be vulnerable and want to add them to the list, send […]

Exploit notes – win32 eggs-to-omelet

In article 8 of my exploit writing series, I have introduced the concept of egg hunters, and explained what an omelet hunter is and how it works. Today, I want to share with you my own eggs-to-omelet implementation, explain how it works, and how you can use it in a standalone exploit or in a […]

How strong is your fu 2 – the report

For anyone interested, this is _sinn3r’s and tecr0c’s writeup of the steps they took to own 4 out of the 5 machines in last weekend’s HSIYF – Hacking for Charity cyber hacking challenge …
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