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Security Projects The latest version of phrack has been released. This issue covers Advances in kernel hacking, RPC without borders, Developing StrongARM/Linux shellcode, The Security of Vita Vuova's Inferno OS, Phrack World News, and more.. . . The latest version of phrack has been released. This issue covers Advances in kernel hacking, RPC without borders, Developing StrongARM/Linux shellcode, The Security of Vita Vuova's Inferno OS, Phrack World News, and more.
  |=[ Table of Contents ]=-------------------------------------------------=| 0x01 Introduction                                      Phrack Staff 0x08 kb 0x02 Loopback                                          Phrack Staff 0x0b kb 0x03 Signalnoise                                       Phrack Staff 0x18 kb 0x04 Advanced return-into-lib(c) exploits (PaX case study)   nergal 0x48 kb 0x05 Runtime binary encryption                         grugq & scut 0x4b kb 0x06 Advances in kernel hacking                             palmers 0x1d kb 0x07 Linux on-the-fly kernel patching without LKM        sd & devik 0x95 kb 0x08 Linux x86 kernel function hooking emulation             mayhem 0x1a kb 0x09 RPC without borders                                    stealth 0x10 kb 0x0a Developing StrongARM/Linux shellcode                   funkysh 0x11 kb 0x0b HP-UX (PA-RISC 1.1) Overflows                          zhodiac 0x16 kb 0x0c The Security of Vita Vuova's Inferno OS                  dalai 0x11 kb 0x0d Phrack World News                                 Phrack Staff 0x0c kb 0x0e Phrack magazine extraction utility                Phrack Staff 0x15 kb |=-----------------------------------------------------------------------=| 

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