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Re: Windows XP mmc.exe Crash
From: Ali Saifullah Khan (ali_saifullahhotmail.com)
Date: Tue Apr 29 2003 - 23:59:01 CDT
On Win2k SP3 the result, when logged in as both administrator or as a normal
user, on the local domain or machine-locally, was the expected windows
message for disallowed resource access, or for failure to find the remote
host, in the case of administrator access.
The string lengths used were 100, 150, and 200 characters, in succession.
None of these resulted in a crash.
Ali Saifullah Khan
>From: "aT4r InsaN3" <at4rhotmail.com>
>Subject: Windows XP mmc.exe Crash
>Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2003 22:35:29 +0200
>I found a way to crash mmc.exe in my windowsxp profesional SP1 b0x maybe
>others systems afected. I dont know if this can be used to execute code so
>please take a look.
>first, execute Control Pannel / Administrative Tools / Computer Managment
>or just type into cmd.exe "%SystemRoot%\system32\compmgmt.msc /s"
>then right click and select connect to remote computer, an type at least
>100chars ( AAAAAAAAAAAAA.. )
>mmc.exe will warn you that the remote computer \\AAAAAAAAAA.... was not
>found. Now, right click again and select propierties.
>aT4r [at] 3wdesign.es Security (c)
>Multiplica por cinco el tamaño de tu buzón de correo y envía adjuntos de
>hasta 2 Mb con MSN Almacenamiento Extra.
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