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GDI Scan in the year 2012 - We're slacking! 23 July 2012 10:47
Surely you remember this GDI Scan from what was it back in 2004?
Well, I dare you do download that scanner and see how much stuff your
system missed today in 2012. heh heh heh I have to just laugh, I
wonder what other weird unsane things happen like this. I am no
security expert, I am just a dummy in comparison.
Did developers update their stuff so these old gdi+ distributable
packs are not the exploitable ones? (My answer is no, in fact some
authors are releasing their paid software with this same problem in
it TODAY in 2012. I don't want to name names at a time where the
economy is already going to hell. Scan, and see, it's too bad there
wasn't little checkboxes to "backup&encrypt&quaranteen" the original
files and "replace" with the latest of gdi+ .dll heh, common sense
I want to pass the word to secunia, but I am thinking this is a more
intensive scan than people would be willing to put up with? Maybe? I
dunno? all I am saying is.... there's a problem, it's eight years
later from that GDI+ exploit (and hell maybe you WANT the old file
there for a reason-I'm not here to judge.), and unless some magic
thing happened behind the scene where this is no more an exploit,
then hello there's a problem again. Or the problem wasn't fixed
right the first time.
Please don't exploit this, please don't fight, point fingers at
others, destroy each other, let's just fix it. Please.
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