[Full-Disclosure] Microsoft's Explorer and Internet Explorer long share name buffer overflow.
kf_lists at secnetops.com
Thu Apr 29 23:06:12 BST 2004
smbd aparantly likes them to be a 256 chars or less aparantly. =]
Apr 27 18:26:39 CloneRiot smbd: ERROR: string overflow by 1 (256
- 255) in safe_strcpy [AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA]
Lan Guy wrote:
> Even people like Christopher Hertel
> don't know the maximum limit of a share name.
> I always thought that the protocol could not have more than 127
> charaters in a single share name length.
> In any case Explorer should not crash.
> Lan Guy
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "KF (lists)" <kf_lists at secnetops.com>
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> Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 2:55 AM
> Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] Microsoft's Explorer and Internet
> Explorer long share name buffer overflow.
>> I would say they lied myself... I have all patches from Windows
>> update installed including all the optional ones... still crashes for
>> me and still tears up the EIP and EBP. My IE advertises itself as:
>> 6.0.2800.1106 SP1; Q837009;Q8832894:Q831167 , The OS is Win2k Server
>> 5.00.2195 SP4.
>> Thus far I have been unable to locate a good unicode return
>> address... but thats not to say there is not one there. =] . For
>> those of you wondering smb.conf DOES allow for characters like \x90
>> and other things of that nature.
>> Paul Szabo wrote:
>>> Anyway, http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=322857 lies when it says
>>> this is
>>> fixed in W2kSP4; or maybe that KB article refers to a different
>>> problem: it
>>> say the error should be "Access Violation", I got "Program Error".
>>> Paul Szabo - psz at maths.usyd.edu.au
>>> School of Mathematics and Statistics University of Sydney 2006
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