Writing Shellcode On Windows presented at SyScan 2009

by Kostya Kortchinsky,

Tags: Security Development

Summary : A 4 hours workshop, taught by a leading Immunity researcher, that introduces
students to the fundamental requirement of preparing exploits for Windows machines:
the development of Windows shellcode.Topics covered in this half-day, hands-on session include i386 assembler for shellcode
writers, how to use the free tool Immunity Debugger, and the "hello world" of shellcoding:
connect-back and execute. Attendees need to bring a laptop already installed with Immunity Debugger
(http://www.immunityinc.com/products-immdbg.shtml)
and Python 2.5.