Download Hacking The Art Of Exploitation Second Edition By Jon Erickson

Introduction

The goal of this book is to share the art of hacking with everyone. Understanding hacking techniquesis often difficult, since it requires both breadth and depth of knowledge. Many hacking texts seem esoteric and confusing because of just a few gaps in this prerequisite education. This second edition of Hacking: The Art of Exploitation makes the world of hacking more accessible by providing the complete picture—from programming to machine code to exploitation. In addition, this edition features a bootable LiveCD based on Ubuntu Linux that can be used in any computer with an x86 processor, without modifying the computer’s existing OS. This CD contains all the source code in the book and provides a development and exploitation environment you can use to follow along with the book’s  examples and experiment along the way.

Contents

 0x100 INTRODUCTION 1

0x200 PROGRAMMING 5

0x210 What Is Programming?

0x220 Pseudo-code..

0x230 Control Structures

0x231 If-Then-Else

0x232 While/Until

0x233 For Loops

0x240 More Fundamental Programming Concepts

0x241 Variables

0x242 Arithmetic Operators

0x243 Comparison Operators

0x244 Functions

0x250 Getting Your Hands Dirty

0x251 The Bigger Picture

0x252 The x86 Processor

0x253 Assembly Language

0x260 Back to Basics

0x261 Strings

0x262 Signed, Unsigned, Long, and Short

0x263 Pointers

0x264 Format Strings

0x265 Typecasting

0x266 Command-Line Arguments

0x267 Variable Scoping

0x270 Memory Segmentation

0x271 Memory Segments in C

0x272 Using the Heap

0x273 Error-Checked malloc()

0x280 Building on Basics

0x281 File Access

0x282 File Permissions

0x283 User IDs

0x284 Structs

0x285 Function Pointers

0x286 Pseudo-random Numbers

0x287 A Game of Chance

0x300 EXPLOITATION 115

0x310 Generalized Exploit Techniques

0x320 Buffer Overflows

0x321 Stack-Based Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities

0x330 Experimenting with BASH

0x331 Using the Environment

0x340 Overflows in Other Segments

0x341 A Basic Heap-Based Overflow

0x342 Overflowing Function Pointers

0x350 Format Strings

0x351 Format Parameters

0x352 The Format String Vulnerability

0x353 Reading from Arbitrary Memory Addresses

0x354 Writing to Arbitrary Memory Addresses

0x355 Direct Parameter Access

0x356 Using Short Writes

0x357 Detours with .dtors

0x358 Another note search Vulnerability

0x359 Overwriting the Global Offset Table

0x400 NETWORKING 195

0x410 OSI Model

0x420 Sockets

0x421 Socket Functions

0x422 Socket Addresses

0x423 Network Byte Order  

0x424 Internet Address Conversion  

0x425 A Simple Server Example  

0x426 A Web Client Example  

0x427 A Tinyweb Server

0x430 Peeling Back the Lower Layers

0x431 Data-Link Layer.

0x432 Network Layer

0x433 Transport Layer

0x440 Network Sniffing

0x441 Raw Socket Sniffer

0x442 libpcap Sniffer

0x443 Decoding the Layers

0x444 Active Sniffing

0x450 Denial of Service

0x451 SYN Flooding

0x452 The Ping of Death

0x453 Teardrop

0x454 Ping Flooding  

0x455 Amplification Attacks  

0x456 Distributed DoS Flooding

0x460 TCP/IP Hijacking

0x461 RST Hijacking  

0x462 Continued Hijacking  

0x470 Port Scanning  

0x471 Stealth SYN Scan  

0x472 FIN, X-mas, and Null Scans  

0x473 Spoofing Decoys  

0x474 Idle Scanning

0x475 Proactive Defense (shroud

0x480 Reach Out and Hack Someone  

0x481 Analysis with GDB

0x482 Almost Only Counts with Hand Grenades  

0x483 Port-Binding Shellcode  

0x500 SHELLCODE 281

0x510 Assembly vs. C  

0x511 Linux System Calls in Assembly  

0x520 The Path to Shellcode

0x521 Assembly Instructions Using the Stack  

0x522 Investigating with GDB

0x523 Removing Null Bytes  

0x530 Shell-Spawning Shellcode

0x531 A Matter of Privilege

0x532 And Smaller Still

0x540 Port-Binding Shellcode  

0x541 Duplicating Standard File Descriptors

0x542 Branching Control Structures  

0x550 Connect-Back Shellcode  

0x600 COUNTERMEASURES 319

0x610 Countermeasures That Detect  

0x620 System Daemons  

0x621 Crash Course in Signals  

0x622 Tinyweb Daemon  

0x630 Tools of the Trade

0x631 tinywebd Exploit Tool

0x640 Log Files

0x641 Blend In with the Crowd

0x650 Overlooking the Obvious  

0x651 One Step at a Time  

0x652 Putting Things Back Together Again  

0x653 Child Laborers  

0x660 Advanced Camouflage  

0x661 Spoofing the Logged IP Address   

0x662 Logless Exploitation  

0x670 The Whole Infrastructure  

0x671 Socket Reuse  

0x680 Payload Smuggling

0x681 String Encoding  

0x682 How to Hide a Sled

0x690 Buffer Restrictions  

0x691 Polymorphic Printable ASCII Shellcode

0x6a0 Hardening Countermeasures

0x6b0 Nonexecutable Stack  

0x6b1 ret2libc  

0x6b2 Returning into system

0x6c0 Randomized Stack Space  

0x6c1 Investigations with BASH and GDB  

0x6c2 Bouncing Off linux-gate  

0x6c3 Applied Knowledge  

0x6c4 A First Attempt

0x6c5 Playing the Odds

0x700 CRYPTOLOGY 393

0x710 Information Theory  

0x711 Unconditional Security  

0x712 One-Time Pads

0x713 Quantum Key Distribution

0x714 Computational Security  

0x720 Algorithmic Run Time  

0x721 Asymptotic Notation  

0x730 Symmetric Encryption

0x731 Lov Grover’s Quantum Search Algorithm

0x740 Asymmetric Encryption  

0x741 RSA

0x742 Peter Shor’s Quantum Factoring Algorithm  

0x750 Hybrid Ciphers  

0x751 Man-in-the-Middle Attacks  

0x752 Differing SSH Protocol Host Fingerprints  

0x753 Fuzzy Fingerprints  

0x760 Password Cracking

0x761 Dictionary Attacks  

0x762 Exhaustive Brute-Force Attacks

0x763 Hash Lookup Table  

0x764 Password Probability Matrix  

0x770 Wireless 802.11b Encryption  

0x771 Wired Equivalent Privacy  

0x772 RC4 Stream Cipher  

0x780 WEP Attacks

0x781 Offline Brute-Force Attacks

0x782 Keystream Reuse  

0x783 IV-Based Decryption Dictionary Tables  

0x784 IP Redirection

0x785 Fluhrer, Mantin, and Shamir Attack  

0x800 CONCLUSION 451

0x810 References

0x820 Sources  

 

 

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