Windows RDP Exploit Can Give You A Reward of $1,500 From Open-source Community

Windows RDP Exploit Can Give You A Reward of $1,500 From Open-source Community 
Yesterday Microsoft released March 2012 Security bulletins to close a total of seven security holes in its products. Among them one Critical-class, four Important and one Moderate – addressing seven issues in Microsoft Windows, Visual Studio, and Expression Design. According to Microsoft (MS12-020) remote code execution vulnerability has been found in RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol).
Tuesday has sparked some greed. Both Black and White Hats are currently trying to develop an exploit that could remotely compromise an unpatched Windows system – as long as the RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) server is active on the target system and accessible over the web. On the hacker job site, a reward of about $1,500 has even been offered for a Metasploit module that can be used to exploit the vulnerability. If someone wants to claim the reward, they will have to release the Metasploit module under an open source licence and make it available to the public. Also  GitHub, offering a reward of around $1,500 for functional code that exploits the Windows RDP flaw. The goal, according to founder Rich Jones, is to “advance the culture of independent software development.”


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