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Thread: Bulletin: MS02-029

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    Bulletin: MS02-029

    Title: Unchecked Buffer in Remote Access Service Phonebook Could
    Lead to Code Execution (Q318138)
    Date: 12 June 2002
    Software: Windows NT 4.0, NT 4.0 Terminal Server Edition, 2000, XP,
    Routing and Remote Access Server (RRAS)
    Impact: Local Privilege Escalation
    Max Risk: Critical
    Bulletin: MS02-029

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    Re: Bulletin: MS02-029

    Originally posted here by micael

    This is a must install if you are running any of the affected versions of the software. Even though it says that an attacker must have the ability to login. This attack could be used in conjuction with other attacks to gain admin access. Or disable RAS if you are not using it, it is enabled by default.

    It will be interesting to see how the .Net servers are configured by default. I think we might start seeing a more free/open BSD type mentality where nothing(or atleast a lot less) is enabled by default.

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