ERTS – Exploit Reliability Testing System


ERTS or Exploit Reliability Testing System is a Python based tool to calculate the reliability of an exploit based on the number of times the exploit is able to control EIP register with the desired address/value.

Exploit Reliability Testing System

It’s created to help you code reliable exploits and take the manual parts out of running and re-running exploits and targets apps to assess the damage.

ERTS is a very simple script for Windows to determine with a percentage score, how reliable an exploit is. The script uses CDB.EXE to detect the crash and record the registers state.

You can download ERTS here:

ERTS.py

Or read more here.

Posted in: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Secure Coding


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