I am having a really hard time understanding how an overflow is possible in memory and what happens with the different segments when a buffer overflow occurs. I am also having problems understanding what happens to the ESP when a POP or PUSH operation happens.
To answer your first question, "Understanding buffer overflow"
See buffer overflow at searchsecurity.techtarget.com
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