[Microsoft]Running in the wild, not for so long

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  1. ronjor

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    https://blogs.technet.com/b/srd/arc...the-wild-not-for-so-long.aspx?Redirected=true
     
  2. Gullible Jones

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    ASLR/DEP bypass in the wild? Nice. :rolleyes:

    Good to see that EMET handles this one at least. Now tell me, why again hasn't MS integrated EMET into a control panel somewhere?
     
  3. funkydude

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    It was patched with this months updates, though it's saying that anyone with EMET enabled on IE would have been safe even without the patch.
     
  4. fmon

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    I think they don't want ordinary Joe to activate EMET (because of possible incompatibilities with other software).

    Does it mean EMET 3.0 is useless in this case? :doubt:
     
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    No, it means EMET 3.0 supports that mitigation.
     
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