At my other post we’ve known a little thing about buffer overflow. Now we will talk two cases that happened when we do a Buffer Overflow that is Direct Return Exploit and SEH Based Exploit and whats the difference between those two.
– Direct Return Exploit
Direct return exploit happened to a program that can’t handle an exception. A condition where an application trying to execute a code outside its normal work cycle. As the results, when an application that can’t handle an exeption buffer overflowed, the EIP registered in the buffer memory will directly overwritten by the rest of the data that we use to overflow the application.
– SEH Based Exploit Continue Reading