In the high-stakes world of cybersecurity, the art of “pwnage” represents not just a win, but a display of supreme technical mastery.

This article delves into the intricacies of advanced exploits I’ve developed, showcased in the elite Pwn2Own competitions and beyond.

From remote code execution vulnerabilities in JavaScript engines to sophisticated VM escapes, each exploit demonstrates a leap in the ongoing dance between security professionals and the systems they seek to fortify.

Join me as we explore the frontier of digital exploitation, where each technique unfolds the next chapter in cybersecurity innovation.

Advanced exploits that I created for Pwn2Own competitions and other occasions

JavaScript Jscript9 Remote Code Execution Exploit

Full proof-of-concept exploit for a JIT Type Confusion vulnerability in Microsoft JavaScript engine (Jscript9.dll), 2017.

Parallels Desktop VM Escape

Parallels Desktop 16.1.3 arbitrary code execution exploit (guest-to-host VM escape), as showcased at Pwn2Own 2021.