Archive for March, 2013

Saving shells with PrependMigrate

One of the more frustrating experiences in infosec is getting a session back – just to have it die a second later. Often, exploited processes are simply unstable; after smashing the heap or some other data structures, the process crashes not long after starting the shellcode. Sometimes the process freezes and the user exits the […]


Economics in One Lesson

This is off the security topic, but I was really excited to find this online, so deal with it. Everyone who votes needs to understand this. We have all heard the fallacies before, and it’s hard not to disagree. When people need jobs, why can’t the government create jobs with public works projects? Don’t all […]

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