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Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2013 15:18:06 +0200
From: Źmicier Januszkiewicz <>
To: "" <>
Subject: Re: list of vulnerabilities discovered by

With all due respect, good sir... where's the root cause analysis?
Proof-of-concept files? Anything? Windbg dump doesn't really count as a
proof, you know, since anyone can fake it.

2013/9/2 Pedro Guillen <>

> HI all!
> I'm part of realpentesting members and although these vulnerability was
> published some moths ago, now we can publicity with these CVEs identifiers.
> Also you can get more information about the vulnerablities which we
> discovered in
> Buffer overflow in fuzezip v.1.0 (CVE-2013-5656)
> (
> Mutiple vulnerabilities in pwstore 2010.8.30.0 (CVE-2013-5657
> (DoS), CVE-2013-5658 (XSS))
> User Mode Write Access Violation in Wiz 5.0.3 (CVE-2013-5659)
> Buffer overflow in Winarchiver V.3.2 (CVE-2013-5660)
> This is the first time that i write to the list so sorry if i need to
> put something different in the mail subject
> Regards
> Pedro Guillén Núñez
> Hacking as a way of live!
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