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Primitive-Chaining Exploits: A Real-World Example

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Chris Valasek ; Coverity

Attackers can gain unauthenticated remote control of the program counter through CVE-2010-3972, a vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Information Services FTP 7.5. This example of primitive chaining shows that attackers can combine information about the operating system, application, and vulnerability to create a viable exploit.

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IEEE Security & Privacy  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 4 )