can steal any user's windows password simply by having them view a specially prepared page using this exploit
Here is the code to hack xp with this service on
To put it out see http://antivirus.skynetblogs.be put out these services
, it appears to provide only minimal protection against copying. It can be bypassed by holding the shift key every time the disc is inserted, turning off autorun before using the CD for the first time, or manually disabling the driver software as described below
It aren't the big ones, according to websense (a webtraffic filtercompany working for many companies) but it isn't dead as yet and the handler doubts the microsoft theory of a specific handmade attack
Mitch Denny has written some sample code that lets developers more easily interact with the new firewall design that is part of Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2). Denny said that his code, FirewallPermission, "is a custom permission and associated declaritive security attribute which uses the Windows Firewall COM interfaces to check whether a program has inbound access on a port enabled." http://notgartner.com/Downloads/Firewall_220.127.116.11.zip
and a comment 'the whole point of a true firewall is that it requires the USER to authenticate the program. From what I can tell from the description of this code, it allows an application to bypass that layer of security by authenticating *itself* (and/or *other* applications) to open a port through the firewall' http://www.winnetmag.com/Article/ArticleID/43096/43096.html
and some information about new viruses going around in belgium
bipt, the official belgian information network about viruses for network managers has still this information on its site today
Name : W32.Sasser.Worm
this is a not a joke but dangerous neglicence
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for the administrators, traditionally pictures are not scanned for viruses. The code seems here to be installed when people download (or cache?) pictures on popular auction sites.
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