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#31 Guest_coder_*

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Posted 01 October 2003 - 11:17 AM

count me in, although i don't think it matters what language they are written in. although i'd suggest Perl. it's cross-platform, and even C coders can read it. anyway- coding an exploit is easy once you have a vuln. to exploit- it's just automating the steps to the vuln' in code. <_<

#32 Guest_StreetZone__*

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Posted 01 October 2003 - 12:18 PM

I*m With You Guys , Me LoVeS This Idea!

#33 SteveW



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Posted 02 October 2003 - 12:34 PM

I don't write code....yet. So as much as I admire this idea I won't be of much help. However I do think it is a good idea and I want to wish you all the best of luck. If my coding skills ever become more than a pipedream I will offer my assistance then. I look forward to your first published efforts as a team.
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#34 GroundZero


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Posted 14 October 2003 - 03:57 PM

I think its a great chance for all to learn under eachohter! I want help you guys, i have experience in c and perl, so i think we can make some very useful tools or GUI's... On this board we have some very good coders, so let the party begin..;)

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#35 Guest_onlinepass_*

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Posted 19 October 2003 - 10:06 AM

Hi all,

Every one is too enthusiastic to join the effort. Cool iam in too but with an Idea.

I have read articles regarding Buffer Overflows.....found a couple in the Windows OS... they might be Local Vuln ... but iam not an experienced Coder in C or C++ to write my own i was thinking of a project...and just today saw the GSO Project

The idea goes like this

We have shell code for every exploit and i read somewhere that the shell code can be REUSED by making simple changes in the offsets of EXPLOIT. If this was true then why cant we create a HEADER like <SHELL.H> which consists of a generic shell code and create methods for updating the shell according to the requirements....

may be this is just a vague idea...but i think its worth giving a thought...


for the beginning exploit coders this will be like a good start.... to pick up one step at a time.

Please Comment on this


#36 intranet



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Posted 19 October 2003 - 12:20 PM

I posted similarly in another forum here, but I would love to help out. I have some experience in Perl on Windows and Linux systems, have done some GUI's for both. I have quite a few years linux exp. and run a few machines with different OS's for testing . Slackware is my linux flavor of choice, but also have access to a few machines running other ones.

I am really interested in this as a learning experience and would love to help in any way I can.

#37 Codecfault



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Posted 21 October 2003 - 11:35 PM

count me in, i know some C++

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Posted 22 October 2003 - 07:23 PM

sounds really intresting.
i'll have an eye on this thread !

#39 gman24



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Posted 23 October 2003 - 06:55 PM

I know
C,C++,java,visual basic,qbasic,javascript,html,some other stuff.

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Free time is extremly limited though.(college, work)

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