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Re: [Full-disclosure] PDF's unsafe?
From: Xyberpix (xyberpixxyberpix.com)
Date: Fri Sep 23 2005 - 08:49:03 CDT
My question on this whole thread, as I'm finding it really interesting, is how
the hell did you do that?
Can you point me to any how to's as I really wanna try and come up with something
along these lines.
On Fri Sep 23 14:06 , 'Mark W. Webb' <markdolphtech.com> sent:
>It appears that there are ways in which malware can be injected into a
>PDF. My question is, are there tools to detect them/remove them? Sure,
>I guess AV programs can help, but what about the case where I insert a
>"del /f c:\*.*"
>>Haven't any of the security firms checked out adobe pdf reader to see if
>>it's safe? It took 5 minutes to create this nonsense
>>http://www.nthelp.com/test.pdf and that's just using the standard features.
>>I hate to think what a real hacker could do with a pdf.
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