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src/w/i/winappdbg-1.5/winappdbg/event.py   winappdbg(Download)
        win32.EXCEPTION_INVALID_DISPOSITION       : 'invalid_disposition',
        win32.EXCEPTION_NONCONTINUABLE_EXCEPTION  : 'noncontinuable_exception',
        win32.EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION          : 'privileged_instruction',
        win32.EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP               : 'single_step',
        win32.EXCEPTION_STACK_OVERFLOW            : 'stack_overflow',
        win32.EXCEPTION_INVALID_DISPOSITION       : 'EXCEPTION_INVALID_DISPOSITION',
        win32.EXCEPTION_NONCONTINUABLE_EXCEPTION  : 'EXCEPTION_NONCONTINUABLE_EXCEPTION',
        win32.EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION          : 'EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION',
        win32.EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP               : 'EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP',
        win32.EXCEPTION_STACK_OVERFLOW            : 'EXCEPTION_STACK_OVERFLOW',
        win32.EXCEPTION_INVALID_DISPOSITION       : 'Invalid disposition',
        win32.EXCEPTION_NONCONTINUABLE_EXCEPTION  : 'Noncontinuable exception',
        win32.EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION          : 'Privileged instruction',
        win32.EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP               : 'Single step event',
        win32.EXCEPTION_STACK_OVERFLOW            : 'Stack limits overflow',

src/w/i/winappdbg-1.5/winappdbg/crash.py   winappdbg(Download)
            return ("Exploitable", "IllegalInstruction", "An illegal instruction exception indicates that the attacker controls execution flow.")
 
        if self.exceptionCode == win32.EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION:
            return ("Exploitable", "PrivilegedInstruction", "A privileged instruction exception indicates that the attacker controls execution flow.")