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Re: TortoiseSVN v1.9.3.27038 Causes EMET to Crash Applications

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 5 Jan 2016 22:00:42 +0100

On 05.01.2016 13:04, Kuno Meyer wrote:
> Same issue here. Can be triggered (for example) when dragging tabs in Firefox. Only happens with 1.9.3, but not with 1.9.2.
>
> The EMET crash inforamtion is listed below.
>
> When monitoring the crashing process with WinDbg and [[ bu kernel32!LoadLibraryExW ".echo LoadLibraryExW for ->; du dwo(@esp+4); g" ]], the Tortise DLL is the last one listed.
>
> ----
>
> EMET detected Caller mitigation and will close the application: firefox.exe
>
> Caller check failed:
> Application: C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe
> User Name: HELBLING\MEK
> Session ID: 1
> PID: 0x38FC (14588)
> TID: 0x26C0 (9920)
> API Name: kernel32.LoadLibraryW
> ReturnAddress: 0x2CD15727
> CalledAddress: 0x778348F3
> TargetAddress: 0x2CD15770
> StackPtr: 0x0043980C

EMET does not provide any information about what exactly it doesn't
like. Attaching a debugger doesn't help either: there's no stacktrace or
any other info about where exactly in the code EMET thinks something bad
happens.
Even when I use a debug build of TSVN, I do not get any info that I
could use.

The only workaround I have:
Settings dialog->icon overlays->
"Show overlays and context menu only in explorer"

Check that box and EMET is happy again.

Stefan

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