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First Bug Found In Leaked Windows Source Code

Written by Administrator. Posted in Security News

The first vulnerability to emerge from someone looking over the recently leaked Windows source code is out. It appears Internet Explorer 5 is vulnerable
to a buffer overflow exploit when an attacker creates a malicious bitmap image.

The researcher who discovered the vulnerability provided proof that he had found it by looking through the leaked source code, by providing the filename 'win2k/private/inet/mshtml/src/site/download/imgbmp.cxx'
and the part of the C code that is vulnerable


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