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Introduction to Buffer Overflows
1.1 Process memory
1.1.1 Global organization
1.1.2 Function calls
1.2 Buffers, and how vulnerable they may be
Stack overflows
2.1 Principle
2.2 Illustration
2.2.2 Attack via environment variables
2.2.3 Attack using gets
Heap overflows
3.1 Terminology
3.1.1 Unix
3.1.2 Windows
3.2 Motivations and Overview
3.3 Overwriting pointers
3.3.1 Difficulties
3.3.2 Interest of the attack
3.3.3 Practical study
3.4 Overwriting function pointers
3.4.1 Pointer to function: short reminder
3.4.2 Principle
3.4.3 Example
3.5 Trespassing the heap with C ++
3.5.1 C++ Background
3.5.2 Overwriting the VPTR
3.5.3 Conclusions
3.6 Exploiting the malloc library
3.6.1 DLMALLOC: structure
3.6.2 Corruption of DLMALLOC: principle
How does Libsafe work?
5.1 Presentation
5.2 Why are the functions of the libC unsafe ?
5.3 What does libsafe provide ?
The Grsecurity Kernel patch
6.1 Open Wall: non-executable stack
6.2 PaX: non-executable stack and heap
6.2.1 Overview
6.2.2 Implementation
6.3 Escaping non-executable stack protection: return into libC
Detection: Prelude
7.1 Prelude and Libsafe
7.2 Shellcode detection with Prelude
7.2.1 Principle
7.2.2 Implementation
7.3 A new danger: plymorphic shellcodes
7.3.1 Where the danger lies
7.3.2 How to discover it ?
First steps toward security
8.1 Installing Libsafe
8.2 Patching the Linux Kernel with Grsecurity
8.3 Compile time protection: installing Stack Shield
8.4 Intrusion Detection System: installing Prelude
Protections activation
9.1 Setting up Libsafe
9.1.2 /etc/ld.so.preload
9.2 Running Prelude
9.2.1 Libsafe alerts
9.2.2 Shellcode attack detection
Tests: protection and performance
Protection efficiency
10.1 Exploits
10.1.1 Stack overflow
10.1.2 Heap overflow
10.2 Execution
10.2.1 Zero protection
10.2.2 Libsafe
10.2.3 Open Wall Kernel patch
10.2.4 PaX Kernel patch
10.2.5 Stack Shield
10.3 Synthesis
Performance tests
11.1 Process
11.2 Analysis
11.3 Miscellaneous notes
A solution summary
Programming safely
13.1 Limitations of libsafe
13.2 Benefits
The Grsecurity patch
14.1 A few drawbacks
14.2 Efficiency
Combining PaX and Prelude
B.1 Overview
B.2 PaX logs analysis
Performance tests figures
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a Buffer Overflow Study Attacks and Defenses 2002

a Buffer Overflow Study Attacks and Defenses 2002

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