Windows Kernel Exploitation - Exploiting HEVD x64 Use-After-Free using Generic Non-Paged Pool Feng-Shui


There are many awesome tutorials and solutions on exploiting HEVD [1] use-after-free for Windows 7 32-bit. All the solutions used IO Completion Reserve Objects to groom the kernel pool [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]. But, most of the systems nowadays run 64-bit version of Windows. So, it might be interesting to find out how one can exploit UAF for a 64-bit vulnerable driver in Windows.

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