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Re: Windows Command Processor CMD.EXE
From: "Randall M" <randallm () fidmail com>
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 18:37:00 -0500
Some how I missed the thread here but not anymore. Any talk on the side
Please add me to the CC.
"You too can have your very own Computer!"
Note: Side effects include:
Blue screens; interrupt violation;
illegal operations; remote code
exploitations; virus and malware infestations;
and other unknown vulnerabilities.
[Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 20:38:11 -0700
[From: "Debasis Mohanty" <debasis.mohanty.listmails () gmail com>
[Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Windows Command Processor CMD.EXE
[To: full-disclosure () lists grok org uk
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[>> Matthew Flaschen <matthew.flaschen () gatech edu> to Peter,
[>> full-disclosure Aren't cross-zone urls disallowed by
[I agree with Matthew & Brian. If cmd.exe can be run from a
[browser using file:// irrespective of cross-zone security
[boundaries then there are *much* other urgent things to be attended.
[However, there are other attack vectors out of which few are
[already mentioned by Nick. This can definitely be exploitable
[in conjunction with other attack vectors.
[On 10/23/06, Brian Eaton <eaton.lists () gmail com> wrote:
[> On 10/23/06, Peter Ferrie <pferrie () symantec com> wrote:
[> > > > file://
[> > > > ?
[> > >
[> > > OK, I'll bite. Why are file:// URLs relevant to the discussion?
[> > It allows arbitrary data to be passed to CMD.EXE, without
[first owning the system.
[> You're telling me that a web page I view in IE can do this?
[> cmd.exe /K del /F /Q /S C:\*
[> Forgive my skepticism. Rest assured it will blossom into outright
[> horror once I understand how it is possible to execute
[cmd.exe from an
[> HTML document.
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- Re: Windows Command Processor CMD.EXE Randall M (Oct 24)