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From: James.Cupps at (
Subject: Windows Lsasrv.dll RPC buffer overflow Remo
	te Exploit (MS04-011)

Did anybody else notice that the SecurityFocus site had the LSASS code you
mentioned below posted for a few days and now it is gone? Did they change
the name of the post under the vulnerability section or just remove it? If
they removed it then it makes me wonder why. 


James Cupps
Information Security Officer

-----Original Message-----
From: - ElviS - [] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2004 2:06 AM
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] Windows Lsasrv.dll RPC buffer overflow Remote
Exploit (MS04-011)




Handler's Diary April 26th 2004 " An exploit targeting the recently released
vulnerability in Windows' Active Directory service functions in LSASRV.DLL
(LSASS: Local Security Authority Subsystem Service) was made public today. 

The exploit is effective against some versions of Windows 2000 with SP3 or
SP4 installed. The patch released earlier this month as part of MS04-011
will fix this vulnerability. 

If you have not done so already, please apply the MS04-011 patch as soon as
possible. Even if no worm is released, we expect that all Internet facing
systems will be probed with this exploit over the next couple of days. 

The exploit will allow full remote control via a remote shell. The port used
by the remote shell can be changed via a command line option. we just
received a report of the exploit being used in the wild. "

really dangerous !

Paul Tinsley < <> > wrote:

I haven't seen much discussion about this one other than here:
and I just figured I would pass along that this one is real and does
work. We setup some vmware sessions awhile ago and tested it against
a W2K SP4 box with no success, but a W2K SP4 box with all patches
except MS04-011 and MS04-012 was a successful target. So patching is
probably a good idea if you haven't already done so.

Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.


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