Re: buffer overflow question

From: Iván Arce (
Date: 12/05/01

From: Iván Arce <>
To: <>
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 22:06:06 -0300

Hi generic

if you are teaching yourself buffer overflowing i highly
recommend that you go to
go though all the sample program and code an exploit
for each one. its the best hand-ons learning i can think of,
besides 'gera' is a coworker and a really cool guy :0

----- Original Message -----
From: *jnf <>
Newsgroups: core.lists.exploit-dev
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2001 7:57 PM
Subject: buffer overflow question

> Hello, I have a request about buffer overflows,
> I am teaching myself about them, more
> specifically how to reconize, code the exploit
> and fix the hole, what I would like to know is
> if anyone knows any local exploits for the
> linux os (x86) that would follow what one could
> consider to be a 'text-book- scenario of one,
> and if so could they foward me that
> information, it would be greatly appreciated
> thank you
> generic
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