tag: CVE

Fuzzing RDPEGFX with "what the fuzz"

14 Oct, 2022 by Colas Le Guernic, Jérémy Rubert, and Anonymous from Thalium team
Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) client was fuzzed by various teams in the past few years, it thus seemed like a good target to try a recent snapshot fuzzer: what the fuzz (wtf) (of which we are only users). In this companion post to our Hexacon 2022 talk (slides, video) we’ll show how we took advantage of wtf flexibility in order to efficiently fuzz the RDPEGFX channel of Microsoft RDP client and uncover CVE-2022-30221.

Remote Deserialization Bug in Microsoft's RDP Client through Smart Card Extension (CVE-2021-38666)

10 Dec, 2021 by Valentino Ricotta

This is the third installment in my three-part series of articles on fuzzing Microsoft’s RDP client, where I explain a bug I found by fuzzing the smart card extension.

Remote ASLR Leak in Microsoft's RDP Client through Printer Cache Registry (CVE-2021-38665)

10 Dec, 2021 by Valentino Ricotta

This is the second installment in my three-part series of articles on fuzzing Microsoft’s RDP client. I will explain a bug I found by fuzzing the printer sub-protocol, and how I exploited it.

Fuzzing Microsoft's RDP Client using Virtual Channels: Overview & Methodology

10 Nov, 2021 by Valentino Ricotta

This article begins my three-part series on fuzzing Microsoft’s RDP client. In this first installment, I set up a methodology for fuzzing Virtual Channels using WinAFL and share some of my findings.