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Re: Multiple 0-days in Dark Comet RAT
From: Pascal Ernster <full-disclosure () hardfalcon net>
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 23:25:50 +0200

On Tue, 9 Oct 2012 17:59:13 +0100
Philip Whitehouse <philip () whiuk com> wrote:

Does 0-day have any meaning any more? It used to mean there were
exploits in the wild used to cause damage before the vendor patched
it not merely that a security researcher found it and disclosed it to
the public before the vendor did.

If a 0 day is everything found by a security team before a vendor
then the term will loose all purpose and meaning because almost all
work done by such researchers is finding vulns. before the vendor.

I suppose it turns into a 0 day when you post it on this mailing list
and happen to be in the mood to put the vendor's marketing division on
BCC.

-1 day could be when you ask a friend to check your mail to this ML for
major grammar errors before you post it.

End rant.

Philip Whitehouse

On 8 Oct 2012, at 21:33, "Hertz, Jesse" <jesse_hertz () brown edu> wrote:

SQL Injection and Arbitrary File Access present in Command and
Control server of DarkComet RAT

for more info see:
http://matasano.com/research/PEST-CONTROL.pdf
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