exploits used in the crimepack

exploits used in the crimepack

exploits used in the crimepack

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Now that we are closing in on the day we have to upload the final report. I did some research into the specific exploits used in the crimepack. I know for a fact that the method used is called “Uninitialized Memory Corruption”.

This is not enough to describe the exploit in itself. The term Uninitialized Memory Corruption is used the same way as the term “buffer-overflow” as our teacher to bluntly put it

 – “40% is buffer-overflow and 40% is Uninitilized Memory Corruption. The rest is specific.”

To find out the specific name of the exploit I had to do a bit of digging. My problem here is what i described above. It’s “hard” to search for since the term “Uninitialized Memory Corruption” since it is very general. So instead I went through Microsoft’s own list of vulnerabilities. And finally found what I was looking for :

According to MS own website the vulnerability is called MS09-034 and the exploit is called CVE-2010-0244.

Martin Jørgensen

Martin Jørgensen

Got my degree from EAL in 2012 as an IT-Technologist with specialty in network. I enjoy living in a century where I can earn a living doing my hobby. Material I publish here are often part of my small projects.
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