AV Evasion

My job involves lightweight pentesting and vulnerability assessment and such is the nature that clients know what I want to accomplish and will happily white-list any script I ask them to, but what's the fun in that? Researching methods to bypass AV and thinking of methods to just not write to disk, showed that AV... Continue Reading →

Simple Buffer Overflows (x32)

Before I did PWK, I had a hard time wrapping my head around buffer overflows. Even after taking an Assembly course in college, I was still fuzzy on how they really worked. Eventually, after watching countless videos, asking a ton of questions on Reddit, and doing PWK, I wrote it out for myself with pictures.... Continue Reading →

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