PFV-Metasploit files are WMF documents containing exploit for Windows WMF SetAbortProc flaw.
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PFV-Metasploit files are generated by the metasploit framework. These are highly variable WMF documents containing exploit for Windows WMF SetAbortProc flaw. Some charasteristics of the files are:
- Random size, up to maximum frame size of underlying networkRandom amount of random WMF records in the beginning and in the end of documentHighly polymorphic shellcode in between the random records
The shellcode itself is highly configurable by the metasploit framework, its functionality includes running any file on the infected machine, updloading and executing additional components and running the metasploit shell ("meterpreter").
Description Details: Jarkko Turkulainen, January 1, 2006
Technical Details: Jarkko Turkulainen, January 1, 2006