Flaw: Buffer overflow in Exchange SMTP engine

A flaw in the way the Internet Mail Connector program responds to a "Hello" request from an SMTP server could be exploited to cause a buffer overflow. Using random data, an attacker could cause the affected machine to crash. But specially crafted data could be used to execute code on the machine. For more, click here

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