Microsoft dismisses WMP flaw warning

Microsoft is pouring cold water on public reports of proof-of-concept code alongside a claim that the bug can be remotely exploitable to launch arbitrary code execution vulnerability in the newest versions of its Windows Media Player software, a Microsoft spokesman insists this “is not a product vulnerability.” Microsoft confirmed that the reported crash is not exploitable […]

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Microsoft is pouring cold water on public reports of proof-of-concept code alongside a claim that the bug can be remotely exploitable to launch arbitrary code execution vulnerability in the newest versions of its Windows Media Player software, a Microsoft spokesman insists this “is not a product vulnerability.” Microsoft confirmed that the reported crash is not exploitable and does not allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code, as was incorrectly claimed in the public report.

Source:→ ZDNet

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