I spent past few months working on Cybernetics lab from HTB. Awesome labs, thoroughly enjoyed it, tons of things to learn.
Lately, I’ve been exploring the world of Windows exploitation. I was already familiar with the concept of Buffer Overflows, brushed those skills up during OSCP days and now I’m taking steps further.
There are times when you discover something that is very common and ordinary which just blows your mind and you start thinking, “How come I didn’t knew this before!
Process Explorer is a SysInternals utility that is pretty much advanced version of in-built Task Manager. It can be downloaded from Microsoft TechNet website from here.