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From: kf_lists at secnetops.com (Kevin Finisterre)
Subject: Privilege escalation flaw in MDaemon 7.2.

I discovered and reported this to the vendor over a year ago... the 
vendor did not respond to me either. Now thats service with a smile. =]
-KF

Reed Arvin wrote:
> Summary:
> A privilege escalation flaw exists in MDaemon 7.2 (http://www.mdaemon.com).
> 
> Details:
> A privilege escalation technique can be used to gain SYSTEM level
> access while interacting with the MDaemon tray icon.
> 
> Vulnerable Versions:
> MDaemon 7.2
> 
> Solutions:
> The vendor was notified of the issue. There was no response.
> 
> Exploit:
> 1. Double click on the mail icon in the Taskbar to open the Alt-N
> MDaemon Pro window.
> 2. Click File, click New
> 3. Notepad should open.  In Notepad click File, click Open
> 4. In the Files of type: field choose All Files
> 5. Navagate to %WINDIR%\System32\
> 6. Right click cmd.exe and choose Open
> 7. A new command shell will open with SYSTEM privileges
> 
> Discovered by Reed Arvin reedarvin[at]gmail[dot]com
> 
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