stacksofplates last edited by
And if you want to play (since it's not an exploit but they built it on purpose):
tonyshowoff last edited by
So if it doesn't provide privilege escalation and only allows you to access processes which you are running, then how is it really any different from any normal hooking? So yes, it's unpatchable in the same way deleting all the files in your own home directory in Unix is unpatchable.
Looking at the code as well... we were doing this stuff years ago to see what was being sent wrapped in SSL for reverse engineering purposes, because tcpdump or whatever couldn't read it.