Dissecting the POP SS Vulnerability

2018-05-17T02:00:38+00:00May 17th, 2018|Threats|

The newly uncovered POP SS vulnerability takes advantage of a widespread misconception about behaviour of pop ss or mov ssĀ  instructions resulting in exceptions when the instruction immediately following is an interrupt. It is a privilege escalation, and as a result it assumes that the attacker has some level of control over a userland process [...]

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