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Internet Exploiter 12 - Oracle Java COM object docbase property buffer overflow.
From: Berend-Jan Wever <berendjanwever () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2010 13:09:39 +0200


Oracle has released a patch for a vulnerability in Java 6 that I reported to
them. If you like to know more, you can read about it here:

(Note that this issue was found independently by Stephen Fewer of Harmony
Security and reported to Oracle through ZDI)

As I mentioned on twitter <http://twitter.com/berendjanwever>, I finally
managed to created a <512 byte exploit for MSIE, something I had been
wanting to do ever since Internet Exploiter 0. Besides this very small
exploit that targets this issue, I also created a much more elaborate
exploit that uses ret-into-libc to bypass DEP. This second version of the
exploit showcases some advances in heap spraying and ret-into-libc attack
implementation and may be of interest to you if you care about such things.
I have attached both exploits to this email, but they can also be found in
the my issue tracker <http://code.google.com/p/skylined/issues/detail?id=23>


Berend-Jan Wever <berendjanwever () gmail com>
Delft, The Netherlands

Attachment: iExploit12.zip

Attachment: iExploit12-DEP.zip

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