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From: sean01 at (Sean Crawford)
Subject: Test your windows OS

Alex Wrote-------------->

---> Oooo my...
---> Got around 12 of win32 executable crashes on my Win2K server with all
---> patches...
---> This is much better tool that MS Baseline Security analyzer :-(

Alex I don't know why you would run it on a working server??.....did you
want to reboot anyway or something?.

It's not exactly pen testing..

So what did you learn?


---> From: "Berend-Jan Wever" <>
---> To: <>
---> Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 11:39 AM
---> Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Test your windows OS
---> > Hi all,
---> >
---> > Wanna do a quick test to see if the programmers that wrote
---> your windows
---> operating system have any clue as to what there doing ? Run
---> these commands
---> from cmd.exe in the system32 directory:
---> >
---> > for %i in (*.exe) do start %i
---> %n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n%n
---> > for %i in (*.exe) do start %i
---> cmd.exe allows on one line.)
---> >
---> > Each command will execute every program in your system32
---> directory, most
---> of them will either ignore the parameter or report an error because the
---> parameter doesn't make sence... But on my win2k system I found
---> 6 programs
---> vulnerable to these very simple formatsting and BoF tests....
---> grpconv even
---> gives EIP 0x00410041, can it be any easier?
---> >
---> > These are not vulnerabilities in itself: you cannot gain
---> access or elevate
---> priviledges but I just wanted to let you know that these
---> programmers did a
---> sloppy job.
---> >
---> > Cheers,
---> > SkyLined

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