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From: psz at (Paul Szabo)
Subject: Re: [SEC-LABS] Win32 Device Drivers Communication ...

> The Sec-Labs security research group found a bug in Win32 Device Drivers
> Communication, the white-paper for this vulnerability can be viewed at
> , the exploit code for Symantec Norton AntiVirus
> '2002 (probably all versions) Device Driver is also stored at our homepage. 
> The full link to the white paper: 

Two questions:

Can this problem be classified as a "shatter" attack? The similarity I see
is that Windows takes an address and does things with it without any checks.

Could other drivers (part of a "standard" Windows install) be exploited?
Maybe the CON: driver where we have some control over the output?

I apologize if these are "stupid" questions.


Paul Szabo -
School of Mathematics and Statistics  University of Sydney   2006  Australia

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