[原文]Buffer overflow in IrDA driver providing infrared data exchange on Windows 2000 allows attackers who are physically close to the machine to cause a denial of service (reboot) via a malformed IrDA packet.
Microsoft Windows IrDa Driver Malformed Packet Remote Overflow DoS
Remote / Network Access
Denial of Service,
Loss of Integrity,
Loss of Availability
This host is running the IrDa service. This service provides infrared-based connectivity to Windows hosts. A buffer overflow exists in the IrDa handling code in Windows 2000. An attacker can use this to shutdown the machine if they can physically locate themselves within a few feet of the server.
The vendor has released a patch that fixes this issue. Please see Microsoft Security Bulletin MS01-046.