[Fwd: [Full-Disclosure] ASN vulerability question]
From: Daniel H. Renner (dan_at_losangelescomputerhelp.com)
To: email@example.com Date: 11 Feb 2004 15:45:18 -0800
I know that on a 98 system you can rename the file with no adverse
effects - the one we did it to is running IE v5.5, Access 97 &
QuickBooks 2002 just fine.
However, if you do this on a WinXP system, you'd first have to deal with
the dllcache file (which I don't suggest you do) and then the system32
file - which I also don't suggest you do - because you will BSOD your
computer when you try to reboot...
From: William Warren <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Full_Dsiclosure <email@example.com>
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] ASN vulerability question
Date: 11 Feb 2004 17:50:20 -0500
A user of a much less technical list I am a member of asked a very
interesting question I quote it below:
I am well aware that Windows Update and the Microsoft Security bulletins do
> not indicate that Win98 is affected by this ASN vulnerability. But I
> read that on an NT4.0 system, searching for msasn1.dll would let you
> if you were affected. Well, for grins, I did this on my 98se
> machine. Bam; I have it. So my question is this: Is there not an
> because the implementation of asn is different in Win98, or is it
> the product life cycle for Windows 98 has ended, and the vulnerability
> really does affect 98 users--there's just nothing they can do about it?
What's the verdict on this one?
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