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The registry entry for the Windows Shell executable (Explorer.exe) in Windows NT and Windows 2000 uses a relative path name, which allows local users to execute arbitrary commands by inserting a Trojan Horse named Explorer.exe into the %Systemdrive% directory, aka the "Relative Shell Path" vulnerability.
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