New Workstation attack vector ideal for another Slammer

Administrators are urged to patch the Workstation service vulnerability in Windows 2000 and XP because a new attack vector has been discovered. Boston-based Core Security Technologies has found a way to exploit the flaw with a worm very similar to SQL Slammer. That worm spread rapidly by shooting out UDP packets that infected vulnerable systems. In this interview, SearchSecurity.com talks to Ivan Arce, Core Security Technologies' chief technology officer, about the new vulnerability.

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