Windows heaps and Cygwin heap
Fri May 13 09:30:00 GMT 2011
On May 13 10:36, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> So we now know that we are actually observing a part of the ASLR
> strategy of NT6. Heap addresses are always randomized. Yes, there is a
> PE flag which controls ASLR on a per-executable basis, but unfortunately
> this only influences the usage of ASLR for the executable image itself,
> as well as the thread stacks. There's no way at all to disable heap ASLR.
It appears that I misread. The PE flag might not influence stack
randomization, but what I found in the net is contradictory. However,
even if stack ASLR is always on, it seems the preferred addresses of
thread stacks are also in the range below 0x20000000.
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