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Beyond stack smashing: recent advances in exploiting buffer overruns

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Security vulnerabilities related to buffer overruns account for the largest share of CERT advisories, as well as high-profile worms - from the original Internet Worm in 1987 through Blaster's appearance in 2003. When malicious crackers discover a vulnerability, they devise exploits that take advantage of the vulnerability to attack a system. The article describes three powerful general-purpose families of exploits for buffer overruns: arc injection, pointer subterfuge, and heap smashing. These new techniques go beyond the traditional "stack smashing" attack and invalidate traditional assumptions about buffer overruns.

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Security & Privacy, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 4 )

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July-Aug. 2004

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