Tips on how to create and properly configure/test an intentionally vulnerable VM, also known as boot2roots.
This post discusses what an arbitrary overwrite (or write-what-where) vulnerability is and how it can be exploited.
Null page dereference vulnerabilities, what they are, how to exploit them and how they're mitigated.
Part 5 discusses a common vulnerability class called integer overflow.
Building up on part 3, this post shows how exploitation is done on a Windows 10 machine with SMEP enabled.
Demonstrates the exploit development phases of a stack buffer overflow in kernel on Windows 7 x86 and x64
Discusses payloads to be used in upcoming posts
Discusses configuring the target VMs, loading the vulnerable driver and configuring WinDBG.
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