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Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 11:32:07 +0100
From: "Kingcope" <>
To: "Joxean Koret" <>, <>
Subject: Re: Microsoft Windows Vista - Windows Mail Client
	Side Code Execution Vulnerability


I just tested it with UNC paths,
and yes this works too, but you have to
press on the yes button when it asks because
the file is not authorized (it comes from remote).
After pressing Yes one time it gets executed.
Normally Windows Mail does not execute
exe or other executable files, now it does :-)

Thank you for this nice idea Joxean Koret.



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Joxean Koret" <>
To: <>; <>
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 11:15 AM
Subject: RE: [Full-disclosure] Microsoft Windows Vista - Windows Mail Client 
Side Code Execution Vulnerability

> Hi,
> Did you test it using UNC paths? It may be a way to
> truly execute arbitrary code.
> Regards,
> Joxean Koret
>>Send a HTML email message containing the URL:
>><a href="c:/windows/system32/winrm?">Click here!</a>
>><a href="c:/windows/system32/migwiz?">Click here!</a>
>>and winrm.cmd/migwiz.exe gets executed without asking
>>for permission.
>>These are just examples.
>>I could not pass arguments to winrm (hehe this would
>>be beautiful), but I guess there
>>are several attack vectors.
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