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From: booger at unixclan.net (security snot)
Subject: [SEC-LABS]  Win32 Device Drivers Communication
 Vulnerabilities + PoC for Symantec Norton AntiVirus '2002 (probably all
 versions)  Device Driver

Interesting that a company like Symantec can pan out millions of dollars
to buy a security company, but they do nothing proactive in the name of
security.

- booger

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"Whitehat by day, booger at night - I'm the security snot."
- CISSP / CCNA / A+ Certified - www.unixclan.net/~booger/ -
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On Fri, 2 Aug 2002, [SEC-LABS TEAM]: wrote:

>
> The Sec-Labs security research group found a bug in Win32 Device Drivers Communication,  the white-paper for this vulnerability can
> be viewed at http://sec-labs.hack.pl  , the exploit code for Symantec Norton AntiVirus '2002 (probably all versions) Device Driver  is also stored at our homepage.
> Enjoy.
>
> Regards,
> Sec-Labs Team.
>
>
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> [sec-labs team]: http://sec-labs.hack.pl
>

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