pwntools is a CTF framework and exploit development library. Written in Python, it is designed for rapid prototyping and development, and intended to make exploit writing as simple as possible. Command-line frontends for some of the functionality are available: asm/disasm: Small wrapper for various assemblers. constgrep: Tool for finding constants defined in header files. cyclic: […]
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This is a fairly interesting subject I think as a lot of people still ask me if they are entering the security field if they still need to learn Assembly Language or not? For those that aren’t what it is, it’s pretty much the lowest level programming languages computers understand without resorting to simply 1’s […]
As far as I know this has been happening for some time, sometimes a patch comes out for a vulnerability that many people don’t know about (including the hackers) so they will see what problem the patch fixes (possibly through reverse engineering) then develop an exploit to leverage on the flaw. It seems things are […]
The MSF eXploit Builder (MSF-XB) is a free win32 application (GUI) that wants to be an Exploit Development Platform. The main goal is to speed up the exploit development process, this is accomplished by using the powerful functionalities and neat design of The Metasploit Framework. MSF-XB automatically generates MSF compliants exploits modules. The MSF-XB package […]