Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th Jan 2006 12:46 UTC, submitted by Resolution
Windows Just when you thought the insanity was over, researchers claim that two new WMF exploits (along with proof of concept code) have been identified in the wild. This news comes just days after Microsoft released an 'out of cycle' patch for a newly discovered WMF exploit. The new flaws affect fully patched versions of Windows 2000, Windows XP (SP2 included) and Windows Server 2003.
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RE[2]: Still dangerous
by prismX on Tue 10th Jan 2006 22:57 UTC in reply to "RE: Still dangerous"
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Com'on people, do not make case from this thing. Who does need all these tools here.
You have infinite loop of Explorer.exe crash due to a file... what's the problem?
ctrl-alt-del (or Ctrl-Shift-Esc) fires up task manager, select new task, run cmd, enter the file path, enter del or erase command of the file. then new task explorer.exe and all is done!!!

For Linux fanboys: do you forget how instable are Gnome and KDE???

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