Please See ISBN 047008023X for 2nd Edition
Examines where security holes come from, how to discover them, how hackers exploit them and take control of systems on a daily basis, and most importantly, how to close these security holes so they never occur again A unique author team-a blend of industry and underground experts- explain the techniques that readers can use to uncover security holes in any software or operating system Shows how to pinpoint vulnerabilities in popular operating systems (including Windows, Linux, and Solaris) and applications (including MS SQL Server and Oracle databases) Details how to deal with discovered vulnerabilities, sharing some previously unpublished advanced exploits and techniques
Table of Contents:
About the Authors.
Part 1: Introduction to Exploitation: Linux on x86.
Chapter 1: Before You Begin.
Chapter 2: Stack Overflows.
Chapter 3: Shellcode.
Chapter 4: Introduction to Format String Bugs.
Chapter 5: Introduction to Heap Overflows.
Part 2: Exploiting More Platforms: Windows, Solaris, and Tru64.
Chapter 6: The Wild World of Windows.
Chapter 7: Windows Shellcode.
Chapter 8: Windows Overflows.
Chapter 9: Overcoming Filters.
Chapter 10: Introduction to Solaris Exploitation.
Chapter 11: Advanced Solaris Exploitation.
Chapter 12: HP Tru64 Unix Exploitation.
Part 3: Vulnerability Discovery.
Chapter 13: Establishing a Working Environment.
Chapter 14: Fault Injection.
Chapter 15: The Art of Fuzzing.
Chapter 16: Source Code Auditing: Finding Vulnerabilities in C-Based Languages.
Chapter 17: Instrumented Investigation: A Manual Approach.
Chapter 18: Tracing for Vulnerabilities.
Chapter 19: Binary Auditing: Hacking Closed Source Software.
Part 4: Advanced Materials.
Chapter 20: Alternative Payload Strategies.
Chapter 21: Writing Exploits that Work in the Wild.
Chapter 22: Attacking Database Software.
Chapter 23: Kernel Overflows.
Chapter 24: Exploiting Kernel Vulnerabilities.