Shellcode Disruption Available Immediately to Disrupt Microsoft 0-day!

Shellcode Disruption Available Immediately to Disrupt Microsoft 0-day!

June 13, 2024 | Categories: Threats

Microsoft servers vulnerable to Remote Code Execution CVE-2024-30080 in Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) emphasizing the necessity for effective shellcode disruption during such 0-day attacks.

CVE-2024-30080: A Critical Vulnerability

A recent disclosed Microsoft Server vulnerability, CVE-2024-30080, with a CVSS score of 9.8, was noted for its ability to be exploited remotely with minimal effort.

This bug allows attackers to send specially crafted MSMQ packets to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable systems, potentially leading to complete server takeovers. Given the widespread use of MSMQ and the simplicity of the attack vector, this vulnerability has the potential to impact numerous organizations rapidly as these services are often exposed to the Internet and can be attacked similar to the Slammer Worm.

This makes Karma-X all the more relevant to organizations given its ability to disrupt 0-day attacks with shellcode disruption as described here and here.

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