Researchers penetrate last bastion of Windows security

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by s23, Feb 5, 2010.

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  1. s23

    s23 Registered Member

    Feb 22, 2009
    Security researchers have defeated vulnerability protections baked into the latest versions of Internet Explorer, demonstrating that it's possible to poke holes in a safety net that's widely relied on to keep end users safe from drive-by exploits.

    By exploiting weaknesses in Adobe Systems' Flash Player, researchers have devised two separate attacks that bypass mitigations Microsoft put into IE 7 and 8. Known as ASLR, or address space layout randomization, and DEP, or data execution prevention, the technologies are designed to lessen the severity of bugs by making it hard for them to cause the execution of malicious code.

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    One more time.... ADOBE. OOT: this remind me a song from Trouble called The Tempter.... it says :

    I am the tempter
    Ruler of hell
    Bringer of evil
  2. Daveski17

    Daveski17 Registered Member

    Nov 11, 2008
    Anything Adobe has always worried me... :eek:

    Luckily I rarely use IE (if ever). :thumb:
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