The Fakeobj() Primitive: Turning An Address Leak Into A Memory Corruption

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Part5: In this video we turn the bug used in addrof() to corrupt the memory of internal JavaScriptCore Objects which can help us to compromise the engine.

The Exploit: https://github.com/LinusHenze/WebKit-...
Saelo's exploit: https://github.com/saelo/cve-2018-423...
Saelo's phrack paper: http://www.phrack.org/papers/attackin...

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