Re: WMF Exploit

Apologies if you've already read this, but this is interesting news:

Apparently shimgvw.dll isn't the problem; according to the Kaspersky
Lab blog, gdi32.dll is.

(which talks about an IM worm that uses this):

"Going back to the wmf vulnerability itself, we see number of sites
mention that shimgvw.dll is the vulnerable file.
This doesn't seem correct as it's possible to exploit a system on
which shimgvw.dll has been unregistered and deleted. The vulnerability
seems to be in gdi32.dll."