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Uli Drepper part 2: Buffer overflow and libc attacks

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Uli Drepper is a Red Hat developer and the lead contributor and maintainer of the GNU C Library (glibc). See the first video in this series.

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In the second of five films featuring Uli Drepper, he talks a little more about buffer overflows and another security implementation currently being used.

Learn a little about libc attacks stemming from buffer overflows and the canaries that serve to protect the stack in these emergencies.

Once again, we’re offering up an unabridged podcast of our session that picks up where the last left off. Don’t forget to join us next time when we will discuss a little about malloc exploits.

2 responses to “Uli Drepper part 2: Buffer overflow and libc attacks”

  1. noan says:

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  2. pandu says:

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