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Metasploit & Windows Kernel Exploitation - Spencer McIntyre zeroSteiner Bsides Cleveland 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Metasploit & Windows Kernel Exploitation
Spencer McIntyre zeroSteiner

Many local exploits have been released over the last year targeting the Windows kernel. These exploits are particularly useful for penetration testers that need SYSTEM level access when the initial foothold is obtained through phishing or some other form of client side attack. This talk will go over common techniques used in Windows Kernel exploitation and how they relate to and are implemented Metasploit. This talk is for any one that is interested in what is happening during the exploitation process and how they can get involved writing kernel exploits for Metasploit.

Spencer McIntyre is an avid open source contributor and has written multiple windows kernel exploits for the metasploit framework.


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