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Kaspersky Anti-Virus 5.0 (5.0.712); Antivirus Personal 5.0.x; Anti-Virus 6.0 (184.108.40.2067), 7 (220.127.116.115), 2009 (8.0.0.x), and 2010 (18.104.22.1683); and Internet Security 7 (22.214.171.1245), 2009 (8.0.0.x), and 2010 (126.96.36.1993); use weak permissions (Everyone:Full Control) for the BASES directory, which allows local users to gain SYSTEM privileges by replacing an executable or DLL with a Trojan horse.
Buffer overflow in klim5.sys in Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Workstations 6.0 and Anti-Virus 2008 allows local users to gain privileges via an IOCTL 0x80052110 call.
Stack-based buffer overflow in kl1.sys in Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 and 7.0 and Internet Security 6.0 and 7.0 allows local users to gain privileges via an IOCTL 0x800520e8 call.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus (KAV) and Internet Security 7.0 build 125 do not properly validate certain parameters to System Service Descriptor Table (SSDT) and Shadow SSDT function handlers, which allows local users to cause a denial of service (crash) via the (1) NtUserSendInput, (2) LoadLibraryA, (3) NtOpenProcess, (4) NtOpenThread, (5) NtTerminateProcess, (6) NtUserFindWindowEx, and (7) NtUserBuildHwndList kernel SSDT hooks in kylif.sys; the (8) NtDuplicateObject (DuplicateHandle) kernel SSDT hook; and possibly other kernel SSDT hooks. NOTE: the NtCreateSection vector is covered by CVE-2007-5043.1. NOTE: the vendor disputes that the DuplicateHandle vector is a vulnerability in their code, stating that "it is not an error in our code, but an obscure method for manipulating standard Windows routines to circumvent our self-defense mechanisms."
Unspecified vulnerability in KLIF (klif.sys) in Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Anti-Virus for Workstations, and Anti-Virus for File Servers 6.0, and Internet Security 6.0 before Maintenance Pack 2 build 188.8.131.524 allows local users to gain Ring-0 privileges via unspecified vectors.
Integer overflow in the _NtSetValueKey function in klif.sys in Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Anti-Virus for Workstations, Anti-Virus for File Server 6.0, and Internet Security 6.0 before Maintenance Pack 2 build 184.108.40.2064 allows context-dependent attackers to execute arbitrary code via a large, unsigned "data size argument," which results in a heap overflow.
The StartUploading function in KL.SysInfo ActiveX control (AxKLSysInfo.dll) in Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 and Internet Security 6.0 before Maintenance Pack 2 build 220.127.116.114 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files by triggering an outbound anonymous FTP session that invokes the PUT command. NOTE: this issue might be related to CVE-2007-1112.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 and Internet Security 6.0 exposes unsafe methods in the (a) AXKLPROD60Lib.KAV60Info (AxKLProd60.dll) and (b) AXKLSYSINFOLib.SysInfo (AxKLSysInfo.dll) ActiveX controls, which allows remote attackers to "download" or delete arbitrary files via crafted arguments to the (1) DeleteFile, (2) StartBatchUploading, (3) StartStrBatchUploading, or (4) StartUploading methods.
Heap-based buffer overflow in the arj.ppl module in the OnDemand Scanner in Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Anti-Virus for Workstations, and Anti-Virus for File Servers 6.0, and Internet Security 6.0 before Maintenance Pack 2 build 18.104.22.1684 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via crafted ARJ archives.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Linux Mail Servers 5.5.10 allows remote attackers to bypass virus detection by inserting invalid characters into base64 encoded content in a multipart/mixed MIME file, as demonstrated with the EICAR test file.
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