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Microsoft PowerPointViewer Code Execution Mar 01 2016 04:13AM
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[+] Source: http://hyp3rlinx.altervista.org/advisories/MICROSOFT-PPT-VIEWER-CODE-EXE
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Vendor:
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www.microsoft.com

Product:
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Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer
version: 12.0.6600.1000

Vulnerability Type:
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DLL Hijack Arbitrary Code Execution

Vulnerability Details:
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Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 'POWERPNT.EXE' will execute arbitrary code if an attacker can place a DLL named "api-ms-win-appmodel-runtime-l1-1-0.dll" in users
downloads directory. This exploit does NOT rely on any embedded OLE objects or CLSID registered COM objects in the document to execute.

1) create malicious DLL named "api-ms-win-appmodel-runtime-l1-1-0.dll"

2) place DLL in users downloads directory via download driveby etc...

3) open an existing .PPT document from the downloads directory e.g. "C:\Users\Downloads\somefile.ppt"

then BOOOOOM ...

Tested on: Windows 7 SP1 x64

Disclosure Timeline:
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Vendor Notification: February 23, 2016
vendor replies DLL side loading issue already publicly known.

a google search returned following results:

1) examples using embedded OLE objects and MS Word etc
2) old posts
3) examples not referencing "api-ms-win-appmodel-runtime-l1-1-0.dll" DLL

February 29, 2016 : Public Disclosure.

Severity Level:
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High

Description:
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vulnerable DLL: "api-ms-win-appmodel-runtime-l1-1-0.dll"
Vulnerable Product: Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 'POWERPNT.EXE'

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