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Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Java
Successful exploitation observed in the following:
A remote code execution vulnerability in Java is being leveraged in the wild. This vulnerability allows for arbitrary memory read and write operations in the Java virtual machine, which could be leveraged to execute arbitrary code within the context of the currently logged on user.
Remote Code Execution
Exploitation of these vulnerabilities is possible through the use of methods like drive-by attacks. Remote attackers who successfully exploit this vulnerability will be able to execute code on the vulnerable system with the same rights as the currently logged on user.
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18344 - Oracle Java Memory Corruption Remote Code Execution (Zero-Day) - Windows - JDK
18345 - Oracle Java Memory Corruption Remote Code Execution (Zero-Day) - Windows - JRE
18346 - Oracle Java Memory Corruption Remote Code Execution (Zero-Day) - Linux - JDK
18347 - Oracle Java Memory Corruption Remote Code Execution (Zero-Day) - Linux - JRE
2013-02-28: Original Disclosure
2013-03-04: Vendor Patch Released
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