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The remote Windows host could allow arbitrary code execution.
An arbitrary remote code vulnerability exists in the implementation
of the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) on the remote Windows host. The
vulnerability is due to the way that RDP accesses an object in memory
that has been improperly initialized or deleted.
If RDP has been enabled on the affected system, an unauthenticated,
remote attacker could leverage this vulnerability to cause the system
to execute arbitrary code by sending a sequence of specially crafted
RDP packets to it.
Note that the Remote Desktop Protocol is not enabled by default.
Microsoft has released a set of patches for Windows XP, 2003, Vista,
2008, 7, and 2008 R2 :
Risk factor :
High / CVSS Base Score : 9.3
CVSS Temporal Score : 7.3
Public Exploit Available : true