Windows Stack Exploitation

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This book gives intrinsic details of exploiting stack overflows in Windows applications. It walks the reader through various steps that are necessary for identifying stack overflow vulnerabilities in Windows applications. It also teaches how a reader should actually go about exploiting these vulnerabilities and bypass various Windows protections. Overall, this is a great tutorial for beginners as well as people who are inclined to understand the inner details of Windows protection mechanisms and bypass.

Embedded Device Security: Pwn the device 2

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This second version of the book is an introduction for the reader into the wonderful world of embedded device exploitation. The book is supposed to be a tutorial guide that helps a reader understand the various skills required for hacking an embedded device. As the world is getting more and more into the phenomenon of "Internet of Things", such skill sets can be useful to hack from a simple intelligent light bulb to hacking into a car. In the second version, we also spend time looking at how to use the JTAG interface on these devices to pwn them.

Security Assessment of SCADA Protocols: A taxonomy based methodology for the identification of security vulnerabilities in SCADA protocols

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Revision with unchanged content. Modern industrial facilities, such as oil refineries, chemical factories, electric power generation plants, etc. are large, complex, distributed systems. These systems are monitored and controlled by networks of special purpose embedded computing devices such as sensors, actuators, and PLCs. These industrial control networks are commonly called SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) networks. The increasing interconnectivity of SCADA networks has exposed them to a wide range of network security problems. One of the important issues in securing SCADA networks is to identify vulnerabilities in the communication protocols. This book analyses existing qualitative security assessment guidelines, specifically attack and vulnerability taxonomies, and proposes a new framework for organizing information about known attacks and vulnerabilities to find unknown or similar vulnerabilities in new systems. This framework is used to organize information related to known vulnerabilities in SCADA protocols into a taxonomy that provides a systematic methodology for the security assessment of other SCADA protocols.

Embedded Device Security: Pwn the device

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This book is an introduction for the reader into the wonderful world of embedded device exploitation. The book is supposed to be a tutorial guide that helps a reader understand the various skills required for hacking an embedded device. As the world is getting more and more into the phenomenon of "Internet of Things", such skill sets can be useful to hack from a simple intelligent light bulb to hacking into a car.