I gave a try to HEVD and find it pretty interesting to learn Windows Kernel Exploit Development. So I decided to share my own solutions for the vulnerable driver. Enjoy.
I used Visual Studio 2017 to compile these solutions as I wrote solutions in C++.
- Visual Studio 2017 Professional
- Windows 7 x86 - Free Virtual Machines from MS
- Virtual KD - Without this, debugging was horribly slow.
- Windows Driver Kit
You can contribute to the project by submitting alternate solutions. I will highly appreciate that.
- Himanshu Khokhar - pwnrip
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details