Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Detecting x86 buffer overflow shellcode attacks at the network level

Interesting article. A bit outside of my comfort level/understanding on things since I don't play much with memory, but interesting none the less. Not sure how accurate the article is, but for your reading enjoyment.

Maybe it will all make more sense ones I go back through Chapter 2 in "The Rootkit Arsenal" book that I'm currently reading. Chapter 2 was all about jumping around in memory and it seems to be a very well written book so far, but more on that some other time.

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