Posts Tagged: gdb

I’ve made some changes to bytefuzz to support files generated by other fuzzers. I’ve used the domato fuzzer to generate 1000 html files and then through bytefuzz, I’ve sent those files to a browser that I use when I do web app security testing. And soon enough, I got some interesting results… 🙂  

Let’s assume you have a program that just crashed and you have a core dump. You can enable core dumps by using the ulimit -c unlimited command. If you want to analyze what happened, here are some steps you can follow: //This will switch the disassembly listing to intel format. (gdb) set disassembly-flavor intel //To… Read Article →

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