Hello readers, Pop a calculator here, pop one there! I’m focusing on exploit development at the moment, because I love calculators ;-). My exploit targets the vulnerability described in CVE-2013-3934: Stack-based buffer overflow in Kingsoft Writer 2012 220.127.116.1130, as used
Hello Followers, Avira is one of the leading Anti-Virus vendors and also the biggest one in Germany. Security is their daily business and they’ve done a quite nice job in hardening their products. But even the toughest software may be
Here’s a working exploit for an already disclosed bug – including SafeSEH Bypass – and for the actual version, which is still vulnerable. Sadly.
My last advisory IA42 “Zoner Photo Studio v15 Build3 (Zps.exe) Registry Value Parsing Local Buffer Overflow” looks like a general exploitable vulnerability, but it is quite interesting to exploit because there is a major memory protection in use: SafeSEH. But