Encountered WMF Vulnerability

XPHome SP2, fully patched. Opened a picture link, it flashed up my download
manager trying to download the file eid6.wmf, which shut before I could
close it and flashed open the picture and fax viewer which I closed and
disconnected from the internet. The following new process was running:

"rundll32.exe" C:\WINDOWS\System32\shimgvw.dll,ImageView_Fullscreen
C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet

Closed it and cleaned the IE cache and rebooted and it didn't restart.
Following files were created around this time and may or may not be related:





I removed the prefetch files, the catroot2 file was in use and could not be
moved and disappeared over a reboot. Then used SR to restore to a point
prior. Doesn't seem as if there is any obvious residual, but does anyone
know anything esle I should do or look for. I had not unregistered
shimgvw.dll or applied Ilfak Guilfanov's temp patch:





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