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Re: Binary Planting Goes "EXE"
For what it's worth (to your research) there are also hybrids; ie, a
normal executable can be executed from a dll perspective, as the other
way round; they're the same format.
Executables simply have a specific "standard" entry point.
Thought I'd remind you that this "vuln" might exist in less known
places; who knows, even perhaps kernel drivers.
On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 2:04 AM, ACROS Security Lists <lists@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> information on the EXE vector from our research.
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