Reverse Engineering Windows Printer Drivers (Part 2)

In the last post, we discussed how you can find and extract drivers from executables and other packages and the general methodology for confirming that drivers are loaded and ready. We also highlighted the Windows driver architecture. In this post, we’ll cover more about the driver architecture, reverse engineering drivers, and inspect a bug found … Read more

Reverse Engineering Windows Printer Drivers (Part 1)

Note: This is Part 1 in a series of posts discussing security analysis of printer drivers extracted and installed from public resources. This part explains how we located publicly available drivers distributed by WeWork and conducted initial analysis. Part 2 come shortly after and will cover our exploration with in-depth technical details about how Windows … Read more