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Gray Hat Hacking The Ethical Hacker’s Handbook by Jonathan Ness, Chris Eagle, Shon Harris, Gideon Lenkey, Allen Harper, Terron Williams

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CHAPTER 26From Vulnerability to Exploit

Whether you use static analysis, dynamic analysis, or some combination of both to discover a problem with a piece of software, locating a potential problem or causing a program to melt down in the face of a fuzzer onslaught is just the first step. With static analysis in particular, you face the task of determining exactly how to reach the vulnerable code while the program is executing. Additional analysis followed by testing against a running program is the only way to confirm that your static analysis is correct. Should you provoke a crash using a fuzzer, you are still faced with the task of dissecting the fuzzer input that caused the crash and understanding any crash dumps yielded by the program you ...

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