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2022-03-01
 
CVE-2021-44747

CWE-400
 

 
A Denial-of-Service (DoS) vulnerability was discovered in F-Secure Linux Security whereby the Fmlib component used in certain F-Secure products can crash while scanning fuzzed files. The exploit can be triggered remotely by an attacker. A successful attack will result in Denial-of-Service of the Anti-Virus engine.

 
2022-02-09
 
CVE-2021-40837

NVD-CWE-noinfo
 

 
A vulnerability affecting F-Secure antivirus engine before Capricorn update 2022-02-01_01 was discovered whereby decompression of ACE file causes the scanner service to stop. The vulnerability can be exploited remotely by an attacker. A successful attack will result in denial-of-service of the antivirus engine.

 
2021-12-22
 
CVE-2021-40836

NVD-CWE-noinfo
 

 
A vulnerability affecting F-Secure antivirus engine was discovered whereby scanning MS outlook .pst files can lead to denial-of-service. The vulnerability can be exploited remotely by an attacker. A successful attack will result in denial-of-service of the antivirus engine.

 
2021-11-26
 
CVE-2021-40833

CWE-404
 

 
A vulnerability affecting F-Secure antivirus engine was discovered whereby unpacking UPX file can lead to denial-of-service. The vulnerability can be exploited remotely by an attacker. A successful attack will result in denial-of-service of the antivirus engine.

 
2021-10-08
 
CVE-2021-33603

NVD-CWE-noinfo
 

 
A Denial-of-Service (DoS) vulnerability was discovered in F-Secure Atlant whereby the AVPACK module component used in certain F-Secure products can crash while scanning a fuzzed files. The exploit can be triggered remotely by an attacker. A successful attack will result in Denial-of-Service (DoS) of the Anti-Virus engine.

 
 
CVE-2021-40832

NVD-CWE-noinfo
 

 
A Denial-of-Service (DoS) vulnerability was discovered in F-Secure Atlant whereby the AVRDL unpacking module component used in certain F-Secure products can crash while scanning a fuzzed files. The exploit can be triggered remotely by an attacker. A successful attack will result in Denial-of-Service (DoS) of the Anti-Virus engine.

 
2021-10-06
 
CVE-2021-33602

NVD-CWE-noinfo
 

 
A vulnerability affecting the F-Secure Antivirus engine was discovered when the engine tries to unpack a zip archive (LZW decompression method), and this can crash the scanning engine. The vulnerability can be exploited remotely by an attacker. A successful attack will result in Denial-of-Service of the Anti-Virus engine.

 
2011-02-18
 
CVE-2011-0453

CWE-287
 

 
F-Secure Internet Gatekeeper for Linux 3.x before 3.03 does not require authentication for reading access logs, which allows remote attackers to obtain potentially sensitive information via a TCP session on the admin UI port.

 
2010-04-15
 
CVE-2010-1425

CWE-Other
 

 
F-Secure Internet Security 2010 and earlier; Anti-Virus for Microsoft Exchange 9 and earlier, and for MIMEsweeper 5.61 and earlier; Internet Gatekeeper for Windows 6.61 and earlier, and for Linux 4.02 and earlier; Anti-Virus 2010 and earlier; Home Server Security 2009; Protection Service for Consumers 9 and earlier, for Business - Workstation security 9 and earlier, for Business - Server Security 8 and earlier, and for E-mail and Server security 9 and earlier; Mac Protection build 8060 and earlier; Client Security 9 and earlier; and various Anti-Virus products for Windows, Linux, and Citrix; does not properly detect malware in crafted (1) 7Z, (2) GZIP, (3) CAB, or (4) RAR archives, which makes it easier for remote attackers to avoid detection.

 
2009-05-22
 
CVE-2009-1782

CWE-noinfo
 

 
Multiple F-Secure anti-virus products, including Anti-Virus for Microsoft Exchange 7.10 and earlier; Internet Gatekeeper for Windows 6.61 and earlier, Windows 6.61 and earlier, and Linux 2.16 and earlier; Internet Security 2009 and earlier, Anti-Virus 2009 and earlier, Client Security 8.0 and earlier, and others; allow remote attackers to bypass malware detection via a crafted (1) ZIP and (2) RAR archive.

 


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