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Re: 0day: mIRC pwns Windows
From: "Gavin Hanover" <netmunky () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2007 12:59:45 -0700
is this a mirc bug or a mail client bug?
on systems with thunderbird installed, this opens a new mail window to %xx...
on systems with outlook/outlook express, this opens calc.exe
(both using mirc 6.3)
similar behavior as clicking start -> run and pasting the URI
regardless, unless you can pass arbitrary arguements or pass data on
to a server, i don't think you're going to find many already existing
executables on the user's system to do malicious tasks with this "mirc
bug". various tests can't even get notepad to open a simple txt file.
you can't even run shutdown.exe without specifying some arguments.
research kills frivolous 0day announcements.
On 3 Oct 2007 16:06:29 -0000, jinc4fareijj () hotmail com
<jinc4fareijj () hotmail com> wrote:
Yipiya Ypipiya yah yeah. Here is a 0day! hurra mIRC pwns your Windozes! (ref. pdp)
send this to a user and make him double click on it (masquerade it with pink fore/background color and say 'free pr0n
click here ->' it works all the time! damned perverts):
Now the question is, should we say *0day* for a bug in a core element that is WELL KNOWN by everyone (reported months
ago), and will be patched, or should we try to get credits for finding a *vector* as pdp did with the supposed
*acrobat reader pdf bug* ?
Fame kills bugs.
In God we trust,
Everyone else must have an x.509 certificate.