Windows Task Scheduler buffer overflowAdded: 09/05/2006
BackgroundThe Windows Task Scheduler is used to schedule commands to run at specified times.
ProblemA buffer overflow vulnerability in the Task Scheduler could allow command execution when a specially crafted .job file is processed.
ResolutionApply the patch referenced in Microsoft Security Bulletin 04-022.
LimitationsExploit works on Windows XP SP0 and SP1.
A user must download the job file into a folder and open the folder in Windows Explorer in order for the exploit to succeed.
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