Stack-based buffer overflow in the EnumeratePrintShares function in
Windows Print Spooler Service (win32spl.dll) in Microsoft Windows 2000
SP4 allows remote printer servers to execute arbitrary code via a a
crafted ShareName in a response to an RPC request, related to
"printing data structures," aka "Buffer Overflow in Print Spooler
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IDEFENSE:20090609 Microsoft Windows 2000 Print Spooler Remote Stack Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
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