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Memory Corruption Exploit

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Good day,

 

This may be a silly question we have been getting memory corruption exploit Alerts from a certain endpoint. Client does see them as cause for concern.

On a single end point would it be cause for concern to see multiple memory corruption exploits  coming from different executables (ex: iexplorerer.exe, WmiPrvSE.exe, ect {both signed by microsoft}). 

Are memory corruption exploits a common false positive?

 

Hope everyone is doing well. 

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