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A local privilege escalation in Fortinet FortiClient for Windows 6.0.4 and earlier allows attacker to execute unauthorized code or commands via the parsing of the file.
A local privilege escalation in Fortinet FortiClient for Windows 6.0.4 and earlier allows attackers to execute unauthorized code or commands via the named pipe responsible for Forticlient updates.
A local privilege escalation in Fortinet FortiClient for Windows 6.0.4 and earlier allows attacker to execute unauthorized code or commands via the command injection.
An Unsafe Search Path vulnerability in FortiClient Online Installer (Windows version before 6.0.6) may allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker with control over the directory in which FortiClientOnlineInstaller.exe resides to execute arbitrary code on the system via uploading malicious .dll files in that directory.
A null pointer dereference vulnerability in Fortinet FortiClientWindows 6.0.2 and earlier allows attacker to cause a denial of service via the NDIS miniport driver.
Users' VPN authentication credentials are unsafely encrypted in Fortinet FortiClient for Windows 5.6.0 and below versions, FortiClient for Mac OSX 5.6.0 and below versions and FortiClient SSLVPN Client for Linux 4.4.2335 and below versions, due to the use of a static encryption key and weak encryption algorithms.
A privilege escalation in Fortinet FortiClient Windows 5.4.3 and earlier as well as 5.6.0 allows attacker to gain privilege via exploiting the Windows "security alert" dialog thereby popping up when the "VPN before logon" feature is enabled and an untrusted certificate chain.
In FortiClientWindows 5.4.1 and 5.4.2, an attacker may escalate privilege via a FortiClientNamedPipe vulnerability.
Fortinet FortiClient Linux SSLVPN before build 2313, when installed on Linux in a home directory that is world readable and executable, allows local users to gain privileges via the helper/subroc setuid program.
The (1) mdare64_48.sys, (2) mdare32_48.sys, (3) mdare32_52.sys, (4) mdare64_52.sys, and (5) Fortishield.sys drivers in Fortinet FortiClient before 5.2.4 do not properly restrict access to the API for management of processes and the Windows registry, which allows local users to obtain a privileged handle to a PID and possibly have unspecified other impact, as demonstrated by a 0x2220c8 ioctl call.
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