in this post I show you how to hijack the system calls in the latest OpenBSD kernel versions.
The way in which syscalls can be hijacked in OpenBSD kernel is very similar to that used in the Linux kernel 2.4 versions. The syscall table is exported and it is accessible by an external kernel module. So a syscall address can be overwritten by the address of an our function. Read more…
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