Windows XP SP3 + WinDBg + MSEC

first post: Sm0q wrote: Dear all, i have Windows XP SP3 (x86) with WinDBG 6.11.0001.404 x8...

latest post: null255 wrote: Thanks Sm0q!!

answered by: Sm0q wrote: Hello - Solution is simple - for unknown (to me)reasons MSEC doesn'...

Installing, circa 2013 edition

first post: reidmefirst wrote: Hey All - I'm new to using WinDbg and new to using the exploitabl...

latest post: reidmefirst wrote: Great that worked. Thanks Andy! Reid

Installing/Running/Using - How?

first post: tahilg wrote: I have downloaded the MSEC Debugger Extensins 1.0.6 package, but it...

latest post: oxfemale wrote: **oxfemale wrote:** > Hi, i use windbg 6.12.0002.633 after install ...

Major/Minor hash

first post: thebogman87 wrote: I'm a little confused about this major and minor hash. Why does it ...

latest post: AndyRenk wrote: The hashes are 32 bit numbers and it is encoded in hex, 32 memory a...

Can't build 64bit msec.dll under .NET 4

first post: puckaby wrote: I get this error when trying to load MSECDbgExts64 in Visual C+...

latest post: AndyRenk wrote: Binaries are shiped with the source code, there is a x64 verion in ...

Some documentation on the tool

first post: tosanjay wrote: Hi,In the introduction to the tool, it is mentioned that more detai...

latest post: AndyRenk wrote: Slides from the presentation given at CanSecWest 2009 http://downlo...

Arguments to debugWrapper script

first post: heykart wrote: Hi, I think the debugWrapper script is going to be useful to me. Wo...

latest post: AndyRenk wrote: I hope the following example helps clarify the issue. debuggerWrapp...

How to compile windbg extension code for windows device driver using DDK.

first post: rajdesire wrote: Hi All, I am facing problem, while I am writting and compiling code...

Is /GS violation really exploitable?

first post: jvonder wrote: I fuzzed a network application, and !exploitable gave me this anal...

latest post: DaveWeinstein wrote: Hi Jim,The /GS stack protection is considered defense in depth. It ...

Command options for !exploitable

first post: sumitkchawla wrote: HiCan you please provide some more information about command usage ...

latest post: jasoshi wrote: Sumit,Sorry for the long delay, I've got a batch file for you thoug...