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Re: [Full-Disclosure] MORE CRITICAL FLAWS IN MS WINDOWS EXPLORER
From: Kevin Reiter (tuxpenguinnetwerx.net)
Date: Wed Jan 12 2005 - 00:48:29 CST
: Windows Explorer is an advanced browsing tool made by Microsoft. It is used
: in daily tasks to open folders, copy files, delete files, rename files and
: view files on a system. It is the foundation of the World Wide Web and used
OK, we need to figure out which "Explorer" this guy is talkin' about - Internet
Explorer or Windows Explorer.
: Shogun Suzuki discovered that a remote user can connect to any machine via
: numerous exploits and use Windows Explorer to view files, rename files,
: delete files, change permissions on files stored on a remote machine that
: has been pwned.
..such as ...???? (HINT: What 'sploits?)
: On a command prompt: del C:\WINDOWS\explorer.exe
Erm...sure...OK. But what happens when the poor sucker reboots the box and
discovers the O/S is inop (provided the O/S even lets you delete the file in the
first place, since explorer.exe is the shell ...)?
Sorry, but this was the very first post I saw after I joined this list a little
bit ago, and I couldn't resist a few comments. Is this guy for real, or is this a
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