Let's turn the table. Suppose your goal is to deliberately create buggy programs in C and C++ with serious security vulnerabilities that can be "easily" exploited. Then you need to know about things like stack smashing, shellcode, arc injection, return-oriented programming. You also need to know about annoying protection mechanisms such as address space layout randomization, stack canaries, data execution prevention, and more. This session will teach you the basics of how to deliberately write insecure programs in C and C++. Warning: there will be lots of assembler code in this talk.