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This course will familiarize students with all aspects of reverse engineering (reversing) Linux 32-bit applications for the purposes of locating flaws and developing exploits

This course will familiarize students with all aspects of reverse engineering (reversing) Linux 32-bit applications for the purposes of locating flaws and developing exploits. By the end of this course students will be able to understand, locate, and exploit all of the common flows in 32-bit Linux software. These flaws include, but are not limited to, buffer overflow, heap overflows, format string flaws, section overflows, and kernel flaws

Pentesteracademy - Reverse Engineering Linux 32bit Applications.

Pentesteracademy - Reverse Engineering Linux 32bit Applications.

This course will familiarize students with all aspects of reverse engineering (reversing) Linux 32-bit applications for the purposes of locating flaws and developing exploits

This course will familiarize students with all aspects of reverse engineering (reversing) Linux 32-bit applications for the purposes of locating flaws and developing exploits. These flaws include, but are not limited to, buffer overflow, heap overflows, format string flaws, section overflows, and kernel flaws

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Created by: Dr. Philip Polstra
Language: English
Torrent Contains: 51 Files
Course Source: https://www.pentesteracademy.com/course?id=40
Description
This course will familiarize students with all aspects of reverse engineering (reversing) Linux 32-bit applications for the purposes of locating flaws and developing exploits. By the end of this course students will be able to understand, locate, and exploit all of the common flows in 32-bit Linux software. These flaws include, but are not limited to, buffer overflow, heap overflows, format string flaws, section overflows, and kernel flaws. Along the way students will gain a better understanding of how Linux 32-bit applications work and will be exposed to a number of common reversing tools such as specialized debuggers (IDA Pro) and fuzzers. As always, you will also learn how to leverage Python and other scripting tools in order to automate the discovery and exploitation of software flaws.
About Author
Dr. Philip Polstra (Dr. Phil) has been involved with technology since an early age. He and one of his brothers cleaned out their savings to purchase a TI-99/4a computer in the early 80’s, much to the chagrin of his parents. He has been tinkering with computers and electronics ever since. Phil is an internationally recognized hardware hacker and information security expert. He has made repeat appearances at several of the top conferences worldwide. Here are just a few of the conferences he has spoken at: DEFCON (six times in four years), Blackhat, 44CON, GrrCON, BruCon, ForenSecure, SecTOR, c0c0n, Shakacon, B-sides Detroit, and B-sides Iowa. His work on developing small affordable hacking devices is documented in the book “Hacking and Penetration Testing with Low Power Devices”. He is also known for his work on USB hacking and forensics. Phil has published several articles on USB-related topics.
Phil is an Associate Professor in the department of Math, Computer Science, and Statistics at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania where he teaches Digital Forensics. His current research focus is on developing ultra-low-power hacking hardware. Phil also performs security penetration tests and forensic investigations on a consulting basis. His book “Linux Forensics” is considered a must have by a number of people in the forensics and information security community.
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Reverse Engineering Linux 32-bit Applications PentesterAcademy

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Zulkishicage
#1 Zulkishicage
Can you please upload the win 32-bit?