Vulnerability: Unchecked Buffer in Win 2000 and XP

Windows 2000 and XP implementations have an unchecked buffer in a section of code that processes the control data used to establish, maintain and tear down PPTP connections. By delivering specially malformed PPTP control data to an affected server, an attacker could corrupt kernel memory and cause the system to fail, disrupting any work in progress on the system.

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