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Yet another Disturbing type of Exploit
- Subject: Yet another Disturbing type of Exploit
- From: Chris Bennett <..hidden..>
- Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 11:44:10 -0500
Summary: A way of exploiting web browsers located within the security
perimeter (i.e access to internal network)
a buffer overflow attack on internal network.
Seems like problems like this could have have serious implications
against many applications that are badly written but thought safe since
not exposed to Internet.
Obviously LSMB would not be susceptible to buffer overflows, but every
My understanding is that LSMB development is going to add a lot of
Are there plans for the new interfaces to "degrade gracefully" without
loss of function (some loss of convenience couldn't be avoided), if a
of non-LSMB security issues?