Badger - The swiss army knife for windows exploit development.

Badger – The swiss army knife for windows exploit development.

Badger – The swiss army knife for windows exploit development.
Allowing exploit developers to think more about development than the repetitive tasks done everyday.badger-windows-exploit
Examples Usage:
badger –aslr-check
badger –lib library.dll function
badger –enable-dep or –disable-dep
badger –enum library.dll
badger –about Descriptions:
–aslr-check: Shows RSP and ESP to aid in discovering ASLR best run several times, if values change ASLR is enabled.
–lib: Shows the function actual address when loaded into memory ASLR may change this if enabled
–enable-dep and –disable–dep: Requires administrator command prompt and will allow to enable/disable DEP for troubleshooting.
–enum: This will give library headers and information including functions and actual addresses
–about: The about screen

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