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 […]
Where do you want to jmp today ? In one of my previous posts (part 1 of writing stack based buffer overflow exploits), I have explained the basisc about discovering a vulnerability and using that information to build a working exploit. In the example I have used in that post, we have seen that ESP […]
It may sound a bit extraordinary, but I needed to have the ability to change attachment filenames while they were being processed by the transport service on Exchange. I can’t really tell you why I needed this functionality, but I guess there could be many reasons to do so. (e.g. zip files should be renamed […]
Because some of my own applications required the ability to create random passwords, I decided to write a small dll that will allow me to implement the generation of random passwords in a fast and easy way. You can download the dll from How to use the dll in Visual Studio Create a new Visual […]
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