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2007-10-05
 
CVE-2007-3699

CWE-DesignError
 

 
The Decomposer component in multiple Symantec products allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (infinite loop) via a certain value in the PACK_SIZE field of a RAR archive file header.

 
2007-07-15
 
CVE-2007-3673

 

 
Symantec symtdi.sys before 7.0.0, as distributed in Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition 9 through 10.1 and Client Security 2.0 through 3.1, Norton AntiSpam 2005, and Norton AntiVirus, Internet Security, Personal Firewall, and System Works 2005 and 2006; allows local users to gain privileges via a crafted Interrupt Request Packet (Irp) in an IOCTL 0x83022323 request to \\symTDI\, which results in memory overwrite.

 
2007-04-02
 
CVE-2007-1793

CWE-20
 

 
SPBBCDrv.sys in Symantec Norton Personal Firewall 2006 9.1.0.33 and 9.1.1.7 does not validate certain arguments before being passed to hooked SSDT function handlers, which allows local users to cause a denial of service (crash) or possibly execute arbitrary code via crafted arguments to the (1) NtCreateMutant and (2) NtOpenEvent functions. NOTE: it was later reported that Norton Internet Security 2008 15.0.0.60, and possibly other versions back to 2006, are also affected.

 
2007-05-16
 
CVE-2007-1689

CWE-Other
 

 
Buffer overflow in the ISAlertDataCOM ActiveX control in ISLALERT.DLL for Norton Personal Firewall 2004 and Internet Security 2004 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via long arguments to the (1) Get and (2) Set functions.

 
2007-03-16
 
CVE-2007-1495

CWE-Other
 

 
The \Device\SymEvent driver in Symantec Norton Personal Firewall 2006 9.1.1.7, and possibly other products using symevent.sys 12.0.0.20, allows local users to cause a denial of service (system crash) via invalid data, as demonstrated by calling DeviceIoControl to send the data, a reintroduction of CVE-2006-4855.

 
 
CVE-2007-1476

CWE-20
 

 
The SymTDI device driver (SYMTDI.SYS) in Symantec Norton Personal Firewall 2006 9.1.1.7 and earlier, Internet Security 2005 and 2006, AntiVirus Corporate Edition 3.0.x through 10.1.x, and other Norton products, allows local users to cause a denial of service (system crash) by sending crafted data to the driver's \Device file, which triggers invalid memory access, a different vulnerability than CVE-2006-4855.

 
2007-10-05
 
CVE-2007-0447

CWE-119
 

 
Heap-based buffer overflow in the Decomposer component in multiple Symantec products allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via multiple crafted CAB archives.

 
2006-09-19
 
CVE-2006-4855

CWE-399
 

 
The \Device\SymEvent driver in Symantec Norton Personal Firewall 2006 9.1.0.33, and other versions of Norton Personal Firewall, Internet Security, AntiVirus, SystemWorks, Symantec Client Security SCS 1.x, 2.x, 3.0, and 3.1, Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition SAVCE 8.x, 9.x, 10.0, and 10.1, Symantec pcAnywhere 11.5 only, and Symantec Host, allows local users to cause a denial of service (system crash) via invalid data, as demonstrated by calling DeviceIoControl to send the data.

 
2006-08-21
 
CVE-2006-4266

CWE-Other
 

 
Symantec Norton Personal Firewall 2006 9.1.0.33, and possibly earlier, does not properly protect Norton registry keys, which allows local users to provide Trojan horse libraries to Norton by using RegSaveKey and RegRestoreKey to modify HKLM\SOFTWARE\Symantec\CCPD\SuiteOwners, as demonstrated using NISProd.dll. NOTE: in most cases, this attack would not cross privilege boundaries, because modifying the SuiteOwners key requires administrative privileges. However, this issue is a vulnerability because the product's functionality is intended to protect against privileged actions such as this.

 
2006-07-21
 
CVE-2006-3725

CWE-Other
 

 
Norton Personal Firewall 2006 9.1.0.33 allows local users to cause a denial of service (crash) via certain RegSaveKey, RegRestoreKey and RegDeleteKey operations on the (1) HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SNDSrvc and (2) HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SymEvent registry keys.

 


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