Malware Defender 2.7.0, EQ 4.1 the process of access control vulnerability demo

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  1. ivankov

    ivankov Registered Member

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    Malware Defender 2.7.0, EQSysSecure 4.1 the process of access control vulnerability demo


    Reprinted Real_FlowerCode 2010-5-4

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    To examination, and no time to engage in these. Send a program up to have fun.
    The test show that Malware Defender 2.7.0, EQSysSecure 4.1 of Access Control can be bypassed , end of any process (HIPS itself process excluded).

    The process of access control in Malware Defender may be a few vulnerabilities when I have time to look at it. EQSysSecure has even more vulnerabilities , including their own process can be concluded.


    The program in Windows XP SP3 on the test. Need to Run as Administrator.

    Update: According to test users, the demo program can bypass the Real-Time Defender Smart 1.0 for access control, end of any process, including the RTDS itself process.
    Update: According to test users, the demo program can bypass the System Safety Monitor's access control, end of any process.

    demo DOWNLOAD: ~Link to unknown program removed.~
     
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  2. 1000db

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    What's this file supposed to do? Is the displayed text supposed to be chinese? a little more info would be helpful.
     
  3. doktornotor

    doktornotor Registered Member

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    FAIL! :p

    (Also, as noted above, I don't get what's it supposed to do, Chinese scattered tea in command prompt is not exactly useful for most peope out there.)
     
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    Before posting links to unknown sites and programs, contact a moderator or administrator of this forum with an explanation of the purpose of such posts.
     
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