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#4606 - 03/06/04 01:16 PM Microsoft VM not as secure as Sun Java VM
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Trojan.ByteVerify is a Trojan Horse that exploits the vulnerability described in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS03-011
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS03-011.asp
and could provide a hacker the ability to run arbitrary code on an infected system.


Also Known As: Exploit-ByteVerify [McAfee], Exploit.Java.Bytverify [KAV], JAVA_BYTVERIFY.A [Trend]

Type: Trojan Horse
Infection Length: various



Systems Affected: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows XP
Systems Not Affected: Linux, Macintosh, OS/2, UNIX
CVE References: CAN-2003-0111

Just found it on my box


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#4607 - 03/06/04 01:24 PM Re: Microsoft VM not as secure as Sun Java VM
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Thought that MicroShit wasn't allowed to distribute their VM? Anyway, I use Sun's anyway


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#4608 - 03/06/04 01:31 PM Re: Microsoft VM not as secure as Sun Java VM
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I have to keep M$ VM because some apps at work use thier flavor of java. Such a pain in the ass. I am so glad Sun won the lawsuit. Right now to use "Netlearn" a CBT(Computer based Training) system at work I have to dissable Sun Java systems in the IE>Tools>Internet Options>Advanced section in the browser. Just to load the pages. This of course requires a browser re-start. So I close all browsers then login again to use it.

Now NCON a network inventory tool uses only Sun Java. Dissable the Microsoft Java VM and the JIT loggin(I think that is right), to get that to work. Re-start the browser..

There are several like this. So now that M$ is no longer supporting it what will we do?


/me throws hands in the air screaming stupid board room ass holes. Go with Microsoft, yea they are safe. IDIOTS!!!!!


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#4609 - 03/06/04 02:02 PM Re: Microsoft VM not as secure as Sun Java VM
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You can't DL M$ JVM via windows update, and i haven't been able to find it from their site...


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#4610 - 03/06/04 02:14 PM Re: Microsoft VM not as secure as Sun Java VM
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I have it. VZ keeps a copy around on the intra net


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