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    Blind Buffer Overflows In ISAPI Extensions

    Now this sounds interesting.

    Blind Buffer Overflows In ISAPI Extensions
    By Isaac Dawson January 25, 2005

    This paper will outline the risks ISAPI Extensions pose and how they can be exploited by third parties without any binary exposure or knowledge using blind stack overflows. This method can enable remote code execution in proprietary and third party applications.

    Has anyone ever tried this?
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    Dammit Ms. M.... I was just going to post this myself..... Quite interesting.....
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    Very cool.

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