Security Focus reported earlier today at 7:22 PM that a security flaw was found within PSO Proxy, the open source PSO snapshot developer for the Nintendo GameCube. The exploit would allow a remote attacker to remotely execute arbitrary code causing a buffer overflow. This currently effects windows users only. The following OS's are affected: Windows XP Home Edtion SP1, Windows XP Pro Edtion SP1
, and Win2k Pro Edtion.
This exploit is not a problem for those who are only running this software on a local LAN. If you have this software running open to the public with the ports open for lenghty periods of time, then it is advised you cease operating this software in such a manner until an updated version is released to fix the exploit.
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