Analyzing a buffer overflow in the DLINK DIR-645 with Qiling framework and Ghidra

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been playing with Qiling framework, a super interesting project that I recommend you to give a try.

As I think that the best way to learn is doing, I wanted to do a small practice with this framework. I’ve virtually attended to the workshop given by one of its creators, xwings at the HITB conference (by the way, amazing conference, with tons of contents for free, thanks to the organization for that!). Resuming the main topic, this blogpost will be based on what I learned there.

Continue reading on: https://github.com/nahueldsanchez/blogpost_qiling_dlink_1

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