The RDP binding vulnerability can allow an attacker to execute arbitrary commands on the user’s computer.
It’s a vulnerability that has been exploited by some online criminals and governments in recent years.
The problem stems from the RDP protocol used by the web browser to send and receive remote commands.
In the case of RDP bind, the browser is not able to recognize the session ID of the session the user is currently in.
This means that the attacker can launch commands using a command injection vulnerability.
The vulnerability allows the attacker to run arbitrary commands as the user.
This allows them to exploit the RDF document binding feature to steal the session credentials of a user.
In this video, we’ll walk through the steps required to exploit this vulnerability.