The presentation discusses iOS exploitation techniques and vulnerabilities, including the use of fake objects and shell code execution.
- The speaker discusses two bugs from the late 2000s that can be exploited without memory corruption
- The presentation demonstrates the use of fake objects to exploit vulnerabilities in iOS
- The speaker explains how to use shell code execution to gain privileged access and install monitoring software
- The presentation recommends reading additional materials for further information on the topic
The speaker describes how they used a malloc primitive to control the learners and content of a fake object, which they then used to exploit a vulnerability in iOS. They also discuss the use of shell code execution to gain access to privileged information and install monitoring software.