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When [[Bug Classes|bugs]]in the kernel provide unintended read and write primitives to an attacker, there are many techniques used to gain execution control over the kernel. Here we try to explain them, link to examples, and link to defenses that are or could be used to eliminate an exploitation method.
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When [[Bug Classes|bugs]] in the kernel provide unintended read and write primitives to an attacker, there are many techniques used to gain execution control over the kernel. Here we try to explain them, link to examples, and link to defenses that are or could be used to eliminate an exploitation method.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:52, 4 November 2015

When bugs in the kernel provide unintended read and write primitives to an attacker, there are many techniques used to gain execution control over the kernel. Here we try to explain them, link to examples, and link to defenses that are or could be used to eliminate an exploitation method.

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