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2008-12-12
 
CVE-2008-5532

CWE-20
 

 
Ikarus Virus Utilities T3.1.1.45.0 and possibly T3.1.1.34.0, when Internet Explorer 6 or 7 is used, allows remote attackers to bypass detection of malware in an HTML document by placing an MZ header (aka "EXE info") at the beginning, and modifying the filename to have (1) no extension, (2) a .txt extension, or (3) a .jpg extension, as demonstrated by a document containing a CVE-2006-5745 exploit.

 
2005-10-30
 
CVE-2005-3375

 

 
Multiple interpretation error in Ikarus demo version allows remote attackers to bypass virus scanning via a file such as BAT, HTML, and EML with an "MZ" magic byte sequence which is normally associated with EXE, which causes the file to be treated as a safe type that could still be executed as a dangerous file type by applications on the end system, as demonstrated by a "triple headed" program that contains EXE, EML, and HTML content, aka the "magic byte bug."

 
2005-10-14
 
CVE-2005-3228

 

 
Multiple interpretation error in unspecified versions of Ikarus AntiVirus allows remote attackers to bypass virus detection via a malicious executable in a specially crafted RAR file with malformed central and local headers, which can still be opened by products such as Winrar and PowerZip, even though they are rejected as corrupted by Winzip and BitZipper.

 

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