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A hard-link created from log file archive of Check Point ZoneAlarm up to 15.4.062 or Check Point Endpoint Security client for Windows before E80.96 to any file on the system will get its permission changed so that all users can access that linked file. Doing this on files with limited access gains the local attacker higher privileges to the file.
A hard-link created from the log file of Check Point ZoneAlarm up to 15.4.062 to any file on the system will get its permission changed so that all users can access that linked file. Doing this on files with limited access gains the local attacker higher privileges to the file.
Some of the DLLs loaded by Check Point ZoneAlarm up to 15.4.062 are taken from directories where all users have write permissions. This can allow a local attacker to replace a DLL file with a malicious one and cause Denial of Service to the client.
Check Point ZoneAlarm version 15.3.064.17729 and below expose a WCF service that can allow a local low privileged user to execute arbitrary code as SYSTEM.
TrueVector in Check Point ZoneAlarm 8.0.020.000, with vsmon.exe running, allows remote HTTP proxies to cause a denial of service (crash) and disable the HIDS module via a crafted response.
Buffer overflow in multiscan.exe in Check Point ZoneAlarm Security Suite 7.0.483.000 and 8.0.020.000 allows local users to execute arbitrary code via a file or directory with a long path. NOTE: some of these details are obtained from third party information.
vsdatant.sys 6.5.737.0 in Check Point Zone Labs ZoneAlarm before 7.0.362 allows local users to gain privileges via a crafted Interrupt Request Packet (Irp) in a METHOD_NEITHER (1) IOCTL 0x8400000F or (2) IOCTL 0x84000013 request, which can be used to overwrite arbitrary memory locations.
Check Point ZoneAlarm Pro before 6.5.737.000 does not properly test for equivalence of process identifiers for certain Microsoft Windows API functions in the NT kernel 5.0 and greater, which allows local users to call these functions, and bypass firewall rules or gain privileges, via a modified identifier that is one, two, or three greater than the canonical identifier.
The IOCTL handling in srescan.sys in the ZoneAlarm Spyware Removal Engine (SRE) in Check Point ZoneAlarm before 220.127.116.11 allows local users to execute arbitrary code via certain IOCTL lrp parameter addresses.
Multiple Check Point Zone Labs ZoneAlarm products before 7.0.362, including ZoneAlarm Security Suite 5.5.062.004 and 6.5.737, use insecure default permissions for critical files, which allows local users to gain privileges or bypass security controls.
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