The NtSetLdtEntries function in the programming interface for the
Local Descriptor Table (LDT) in Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 allows
local attackers to gain access to kernel memory and execute arbitrary
code via an expand-down data segment descriptor descriptor that points
to protected memory.
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FULLDISC:20040413 EEYE: Windows Expand-Down Data Segment Local Privilege Escalation
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