Talk type: Talk

Evil Frameworks and the Position-Independent Code They Generate

  • Talk in Russian
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Last year, Denis talked about how your C++ code looks in compiled binaries. This year he suggests looking at position-independent code (PIC) from a familiar side — this kind of code is often used in malware. You'll learn why PIC is needed, and hear about "non-normative" techniques that are rarely seen in legitimate software.

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