The LDAP service in Active Directory on Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4
does not properly free memory for LDAP and LDAPS requests, which
allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a request that
uses hexadecimal encoding, whose associated memory is not released,
related to a "DN AttributeValue," aka "Active Directory Invalid Free
Vulnerability." NOTE: this issue is probably a memory leak.
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IDEFENSE:20090611 Microsoft Active Directory Hexdecimal DN AttributeValue Invalid Free Vulnerability
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