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Re: WMF Exploit
From: H D Moore <fdlist () digitaloffense net>
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 17:52:38 -0600
From my experience on XP/2003, IE will only render WMF files as images if
the "placeable" header has been added before the WMF header. The addition
of the "placeable" header prevents the SetAbortProc from being reached in
the Escape() function, due to a check on the device context (credits to
mr. anonymous for that gem, I spent an hour beating my head on it).
I will try to publish an "exploit faq" later tonight, seems to be way too
much confusion about this flaw...
On Wednesday 04 January 2006 17:27, Crist J. Clark wrote:
IE 6 displayed WMF files on a test Win98 system just fine for
Remember, just because when you double-click on a WMF file
Windows Explorer doesn't know what to do with it does NOT mean
that when presented to IE in an <img> tag, it won't. Even trying
to open the file with IE doesn't mean anything. You need to
try it in a webpage.
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