Windows exploit already doing the rounds
Security researchers have already come up with a working exploit for a Windows 2000 bug patched on Tuesday, raising the spectre of another worm outbreak along the lines of Zotob in August. The hole relates to Microsoft's bulletin MS05-051, which details a "remote, unauthenticated attack vector" on Windows 2000 systems, the same as that exploited by Zotob. The vulnerabilies are in Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC) and COM+, an iteration of the Microsoft Component Object Model, and could allow an attacker to execute malicious code on Windows 2000 systems.
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