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Re: Is Windows TCP/IP source routing PoC code available?
From: "Ìèíàåâ_Àíäðåé" <angel3000 () hotbox ru>
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2006 23:01:51 +0400
At the request Microsoft I have not published the additional
information. I did not think, that the ZARAZA will publish simple POC
without my consent but to that to be, that to not pass. Denis you can
check up you system simple POC code from a site of the ZARAZA, only if
configuration system corresponds Windows 2000 + NAT a server. In all
other cases with services RRAS (Routing, VPN, Dialup Access) it will
Tuesday, June 27, 2006, 1:28:03 PM, you wrote:
Dear Denis Jedig,
Simple PoC and original message from Andrey Minaev, dated February, 2006
in Russian with short translation to English) are available from
This is his original post regarding this issue as it was in his first
report to MS and it may not contain complete information because I am
not aware about results of further researches with Microsoft.
I don't know why Andrey have not published complete information yet. I
had no contacts with him after MS opened case on this issue and he asked
to hold information.
--Sunday, June 25, 2006, 10:03:24 PM, you wrote to vuln-dev () securityfocus com:
DJ>> Greetings to the list,
DJ>> As known, Microsoft did announce a security vulnerability concerning an
DJ>> overflow within the TCP/IP stack implementation when source routing
DJ>> fields are used:
DJ>> Is anyone aware of an exploit or POC code for this vulnerability? The
DJ>> security bulletin states that Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 SP1
DJ>> are "secure by default" due to disabled source routing. However, it does
DJ>> not provide sufficient information regarding other operating systems
DJ>> affected, so I would like to check out by myself.
DJ>> Denis Jedig
DJ>> syneticon networks GbR
Andrey Minaev mailto:angel3000 () hotbox ru
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