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Hacking Java Deserialization

How attackers exploit Java Deserialization to achieve Remote Code Execution

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Insecure deserialization bugs are often very critical vulnerabilities: an insecure deserialization bug will often result in arbitrary code execution, granting attackers a wide range of capabilities on the application.




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