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AtomBombing – a code injection technique that uses a table of atoms and Windows Asynchronous Procedure Call (APC).
Implementation of the code was a powerful weapon in the hacker arsenal for many years.
AtomBombing works in three main stages:
1. Write-What-Where – Writing arbitrary data to arbitrary locations in the target process’s address space.
2. Execution – Hijacking a thread of the target process to execute the code written in stage 1.
3. Restoration – Cleaning up and restoring the execution of the thread hijacked in stage 2.
A detailed description of each stage can be found here.
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