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    Checking Executables for ASLR and DEP support

    There are many applications which could do it. I find the most handy one - Process Explorer from Microsoft.

    To see if a process has ASLR/DEP enabled:
    1. Run the process
    2. Run process explorer
    3. Right click on the bar where you see columns like "process" "cpu" "pid" and click "Select Columns" -> "Process Image" -> Check "DEP Status" and "ASLR Enabled

    "For DLL's:Goto "View tab" -> "Show Lower Pane". Then again "View tab" -> "Lower Pane View" -> "DLLs"

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    For Linux, gdb-peda (github: https://github.com/longld/peda) should be useful to do that (command: checksec)

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