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As I have already done a video tutorial and an IRC Lecture (which was some what limited), I decided I would write this paper.
This paper will go through both the theory and the exploitation of stack-based buffer overflows for the Windows (32bit) platform. I will also be discussing how to find stack overflow vulnerabilities.
I hope that this paper is easy enough for beginners to understand, yet at the same time I hope it will give them a decent grasp of basic Stack Overflow exploitation.
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