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Re: [News] [Rival] New Critical Flaws (and Exploits) Leave Windows Hijackable

Roy Schestowitz wrote:
Microsoft Internet Explorer XML Buffer Overflow (Exploit)

,----[ Quote ]
| The following exploit utilizes the XML
| vulnerability in Internet Explorer to
| execute arbitrary code under Vista.


OK. Hardly surprising.

Windows Media Player Integer Overflow in Playing WAV Files Lets Remote
Users Execute Arbitrary Code

,----[ Quote ]
| A vulnerability was reported in Windows
| Media Player. A remote user can cause
| arbitrary code to be executed on the
| target user's system.


Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot. Executable code in a bitstream!?

'Boom year' for hi-tech criminals

,----[ Quote ]
| Criminal gangs generate so many viruses for two main
| reasons. Firstly, many variants of essentially the
| same malicious program can cause problems for
| anti-virus software which can only reliably
| defend against threats it is aware of.


Secondly, it's so piss-easy to code malware for a certain platform it beggars belief.


Microsoft Fixes Eight Flaws With Four Critical Patches


...and opens up sixteen more holes in the process...

Bots rule in cyberspace


I mean, come on! Wake up and smell the maple nut crunch! Microsoft's core product has become a joke.


- Last night I played a blank tape at full volume. The mime next door went nuts.

 - No, I will not fix your computer.

 - Thought: It must be a bitch to write your name in the snow in Arabic...

 - Don't sweat the petty things, pet the sweaty things.

 - Rice: 1.4 billion Chinese can't all be wrong.

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