The files inside the zip are named by SHA256_original file name.doc. I think I will be using SHA256 now for naming because it is more standard now and it is much easier to auto generate VT links. The table below shows everything inside the archive with auto generated Virustotal links.
Some of them had Japanese and Chinese names that are now translated in English (with (JP) and (CN) in the name)
Download all the files listed above (email if you need the password)
- thanks to all for sharing
Older similar collections for testing and research are here Version 4 April 2011 - 11,355+ Malicious documents - archive for signature testing and research
P.S. ok, these are actually cve-2010-3333. I will not remove them but fyi (thanks to xecure-lab.com)
- 125b8babb6ee4442efc75a5688c6bb5d0c71f8a685bcdff6b4043f3a829e65eb_Oded - Working.rtf
P.P.S. and Paul Baccas from Sophos pointed out that these two are not true exploits but RTF delivery for Buzus (thanks).
CVE-2012-0158The (1) ListView, (2) ListView2, (3) TreeView, and (4) TreeView2 ActiveX controls in MSCOMCTL.OCX in the Common Controls in Microsoft Office 2003 SP3, 2007 SP2 and SP3, and 2010 Gold and SP1; Office 2003 Web Components SP3; SQL Server 2000 SP4, 2005 SP4, and 2008 SP2, SP3, and R2; BizTalk Server 2002 SP1; Commerce Server 2002 SP4, 2007 SP2, and 2009 Gold and R2; Visual FoxPro 8.0 SP1 and 9.0 SP2; and Visual Basic 6.0 Runtime allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted (a) web site, (b) Office document, or (c) .rtf file that triggers "system state" corruption, as exploited in the wild in April 2012, aka "MSCOMCTL.OCX RCE Vulnerability."