Bug Hunters Diary book and Art of Software Security Assessment

Bug Hunters Diary and The Art of Software Security Assessment(taossa) are two important books to read for any person who works in the security auditing field. TAOSSA is a reference book for many of the work we do in this field. Bug Hunters Diary talked about six vulnerabilities. Here is a few additional information about each and every chapter of Bug Hunters Diary.

Ch2) Found the interfaces of demuxers and then found the vulnerability
        – Used “Code comprehension strategy” as per explained in Chapter 4 of The Art of Software Security Assessment book.

Ch3) Found the interfaces of kernel and then found the vulnerability
        – Used “Code comprehension strategy” as per explained in Chapter 4 of The Art of Software Security Assessment book.

Ch4) Found the interfaces of demuxers and then found the vulnerability
        – Used “Code comprehension strategy” as per explained in Chapter 4 of The Art of Software Security Assessment book.

Ch5) Found the interfaces of ActiveX and then found the vulnerability
        – Used “Code comprehension strategy” as per explained in Chapter 4 of The Art of Software Security Assessment book.

Ch6) Found the interfaces of kernel and then found the vulnerability
        – Used “Code comprehension strategy” as per explained in Chapter 4 of The Art of Software Security Assessment book.

Ch7) Found the interfaces of kernel and then found the vulnerability
        – Used “Code comprehension strategy” as per explained in Chapter 4 of The Art of Software Security Assessment book.

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