Here’s the researcher’s website. (The same information has been presented at “Blackhat USA”, and is sensationalized by tech journalists).
It includes a white paper detailing Windows (XP, 2003, Vista, and 2008) memory protection mechanisms, their limitations, and how you can bypass them. Code is also included (source and pre-compiled binaries). So it should be very useful to the Comodo Memory Firewall developers.
Question is: Can Comodo’s Memory Firewall offer protection where MS’s own implementation has failed in this situation? Anyone want to test?