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Running Executables on macOS From Memory


Stephanie Archibald from Cylance has written an article about the execution of multi-stage payloads on Mac OS X (up to Sierra). According to the author, “a common technique for executing multi-stage payloads is to have an initial payload that can then load executables, libraries, or bundles from memory instead of a computer’s hard disk”. You will learn what dyld is, how to locate it in memory, and how to load executables.

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