IOActive, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Let's Terminate XML Schema Vulnerabilities

    By Fernando Arnaboldi XML eXternal Entity (XXE) attacks are a common threat to applications using XML schemas, either actively or unknowingly. That is because we continue to use XML schemas that can be abused in multiple ways. Programming languages and libraries use XML schemas to define the expected contents of XML documents, SAML authentications or SOAP messages. XML schemas were intended to

  • Harmful prefetch on Intel

    By Enrique Nissim We've seen a lot of articles and presentations that show how the prefetch instruction can be used to bypass modern OS kernel implementations of ASLR. Most of the public work however only focuses on getting base addresses of modules with the idea of building a ROP chain or maybe patching some pointer/value of the data section. This post represents an extension of previous work,

  • In Flight Hacking System

    By Ruben Santamarta In my five years with IOActive, I’ve had the opportunity to visit some awesome places, often thousands of kilometers from home. So flying has obviously been an integral part of my routine. You might not think that’s such a big deal, unless like me, you’re afraid of flying. I don't think I can completely get rid of that anxiety; after dozens of flights my hands still sweat

IOActive, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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