Buffer overflow in ssinc.dll in IIS 5.0 and 4.0 allows local users to
gain system privileges via a Server-Side Includes (SSI) directive for
a long filename, which triggers the overflow when the directory name
is added, aka the "SSI privilege elevation" vulnerability.
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BUGTRAQ:20010817 NSFOCUS SA2001-06 : Microsoft IIS ssinc.dll Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
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