(PDF Lire) [Penetration Testing with Shellcode: Detect, exploit, and secure network–level and operating system vulnerabilities] Auteur Hamza Megahed
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Is Intended To Be Read intended to be read penetration testers malware analysts security researchers forensic practitioners exploit developers C language programmers software testers and students in the security fieldReaders should ave a basic understanding of OS internals Windows and Linux Some knowledge of the C programming language is essential and a familiarity with the Python language would be elpful Table of ContentsIntroductionLab SetupAssembly Language in LinuxReverse EngineeringCreating ShellcodeBuffer Overflow AttacksExploit Development Part 1Exploit Development Part 2Real World scenarios part 1Real World scenarios part 2Real World scenarios part 3Detection and Preventi. This title taught me ow *BETTER UNDERSTAND
*buffer overflows and *OVERFLOWS AND *understand buffer overflows and conduct by generating my shellcode I was able to en Overall very well written and informative with good up to date examples and with the code samples available to download to go through it makes a very good companion with other IT security booksWould Who Is Emerald Monday? (Return to East Texas have been great if the authorad gone through. Master Shellcode to leverage the buffer overflow conceptKey Features Understand ow systems can be bypassed both at the operating system and network level with shellcode assembly and Metasploit Learn to write and modify 64 bit shellcode along with kernel level shellcode concepts A step by step guide that will take you from low level security skills to covering loops with shellcodeBook DescriptionSecurity is always a major concern for your application your system or your environmentThis books main goal is to build up your skills for low level security exploits enabling you to find vulnerabilities and cover loopholes with shellcode assembly and MetasploitThis book covers topics ranging from memory management and assembly to compiling and extracting shellcode and using syscalls and dynamically loca. ,
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