The Anatomy of COM Server-Based Binary Planting Exploits

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Our new blog post describes in detail how the binary planting exploits we presented
at Hack In The Box Amsterdam work. Watch a user on IE8/XP getting pwned by two single
clicks on a web page, and a user on IE9/Win7 getting pwned by selecting an option
from a context menu.

http://blog.acrossecurity.com/2011/05/anatomy-of-com-server-based-binary.html
or
http://bit.ly/kWe3gw

Last year we launched our Advanced binary planting research project aimed at
exploring the exploitability of various binary planting bugs, and have since gathered
a pile of interesting knowledge, some of which is finally ready to see the light of
day. Enjoy the reading.

Best regards,

Mitja Kolsek
CEO&CTO

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