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    offbyone question

    Hi,

    I have an example program from one book, it looks like this:




    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
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    crypt() overflow in old PHP

    Hi guys,

    maybe I'm doing something wrong, but can someone of you help me understand what's goin on?

    I have installed PHP 5.3.6.
    I have a code in php, looks like this:

    <?php
    $salt =...
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    veigaxu: a little oftopic: it this is your...

    veigaxu: a little oftopic: it this is your material, let me know if somewhere there is also english version.
    I will be very glad to read it. Thanks ;)
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    Maybe you should try with FTP fuzzers first. It...

    Maybe you should try with FTP fuzzers first.
    It will answers you for your question.

    good luck! ;)
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    john4tech: if you want to learn how heap...

    john4tech: if you want to learn how heap overflow's works, try w00w00's articles (you will find it @google).
    Second - mentioned here - thing is: try all articles at corelan's site. This is a very...
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    Good practice is also trying to rewrite available...

    Good practice is also trying to rewrite available exploit for example from perl to C# ;)
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    yes. for a goodstart you can use 'grep' tool. ;)...

    yes. for a goodstart you can use 'grep' tool. ;)

    I wrote, a simple 'scanner' using grep. Most of vulnerabilities I found in webapp was because of that 'grep'-based tool.
    In other way you can find...
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    Did you read...

    Did you read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notes_Storage_Facility ?
    Here you will find what to do to write your own code.

    Beside that, try to read about IBM Lotus, I mean: how to write pages for...
  9. cat 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/randomize_va_space ? ;)...

    cat 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/randomize_va_space ? ;)
    and try: gcc -fno-stack-protector -g app.c -o app
  10. IF you're 'new to XSS' read the nice book 'XSS...

    IF you're 'new to XSS' read the nice book 'XSS attack and defence' (you will find it on Amazon).
  11. or write your own simple bash 'domain scanner'...

    or write your own simple bash 'domain scanner' (using for and host) ;)
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    Try with OWASP Guide. Beside they have also few...

    Try with OWASP Guide. Beside they have also few more nice PDFs to read ;)

    good luck ;)
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