Rootkits, Linenoise, Internet Voting, Objective-C Exploits, and More – Latest Issue of Phrack!
Anywayz, the Phrack Staff is back again, with a slightly different editorial, bringing you an awesome collection of articles from several respected hackers and other thinkers. No, we are not going to write a Prophile on our new team. Yes, there are still people who prefer Phrack over media whoring. The world is full of surprises. It took quite some time, but we hope this issue of Phrack will meet your expectations.
Phrack #69 brings you three new technical articles in addition to paper feed and the standard Linenoise, Loopback and International Scenes philes. The Firefox hater code-named argp presents advanced exploitation techniques and attempts to build abstract primitives for taking advantage of various memory-related vulnerabilities on your “favorite” multi-heap browser ;> Huku, some guy who, obviously, visits porn sites a lot, has written an art of exploitation phile focusing on Adobe Flash Player (hey, this is not P0 man!). Last but not least, uty presents a VT-x based technique for installing inline hooks and backdooring a whole system. We have spent much time debugging this, we hope you *do* like it.
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