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It’s a terrible situation. One of your friends or work colleagues has gone on urgent business far away, and has been robbed of their credit cards, wallet and mobile phone. But you can be a hero! You can rescue them by galloping in to the rescue by sending them some much-needed cash. Of course, it’s […]

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Fake software stores often claim to offer huge discounts, not unlike the well-known site Groupon. So it should not be a surprise that some of these fake stores look exactly like Groupon in an effort to be more familiar to the users and increase the likelihood of being trusted. One of these fake stores is axisoftware.com. Here […]

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I’ve written about Shell Extension without ASLR support before. Not only do they open up explorer.exe to ROP attacks, but other applications too, like Adobe Reader and Microsoft Office. You could use EMET to force ASLR on these DLLs, assuming you know which applications load shell extensions. Because shell extensions are not only loaded into […]

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