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CVE-2018-20211

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Overview

ExifTool 8.32 allows local users to gain privileges by creating a %TEMP%par-%username%cache-exiftool-8.32 folder with a victim's username, and then copying a Trojan horse ws32_32.dll file into this new folder, aka DLL Hijacking. NOTE: 8.32 is an obsolete version from 2010 (9.x was released starting in 2012, and 10.x was released starting in 2015).

Related Files

Exiftool 8.3.2.0 DLL Hijacking
Posted Dec 21, 2018
Authored by Rafael Pedrero

Exiftool version 8.3.2.0 suffers from a dll hijacking vulnerability.

tags | exploit
systems | windows
advisories | CVE-2018-20211
MD5 | 6ae362f00d105cd14ae1d20b25a01f09
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