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Buffer overflow in the (1) smap/smapd and (2) CSMAP daemons for Gauntlet Firewall 5.0 through 6.0 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted mail message.
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PGP Desktop 10.0.x before 10.0.3 SP2 and 10.1.0 before 10.1.0 SP1 does not properly implement the "Decrypt/Verify File via Right-Click" functionality for multi-packet OpenPGP messages that represent multi-message input, which allows remote attackers ...
Untrusted search path vulnerability in PGP Desktop 9.9.0 Build 397, 9.10.x, 10.0.0 Build 2732, and probably other versions allows local users, and possibly remote attackers, to execute arbitrary code and conduct DLL hijacking attacks via a Trojan hor...
PGP Desktop before 9.10 allows local users to (1) cause a denial of service (crash) via a crafted IOCTL request to pgpdisk.sys, and (2) cause a denial of service (crash) and execute arbitrary code via a crafted IRP in an IOCTL request to pgpwded.sys.
The PGPwded device driver (aka PGPwded.sys) in PGP Corporation PGP Desktop 9.0.6 build 6060 and 9.9.0 build 397 allows local users to cause a denial of service (system crash) and possibly gain privileges via a certain METHOD_BUFFERED IOCTL request th...
PGP Desktop before 9.5.1 does not validate data objects received over the (1) \pipe\pgpserv named pipe for PGPServ.exe or the (2) \pipe\pgpsdkserv named pipe for PGPsdkServ.exe, which allows remote authenticated users to gain privileges by sending a ...
The Wipe Free Space utility in PGP Desktop Home 8.0 and Desktop Professional 9.0.3 Build 2932 and earlier does not clear file slack space in the last cluster for the file, which allows local users to access the previous contents of the disk.
PGP 6.x and 7.x does not clear Windows alternate data streams that are attached to files on NTFS file systems, which allows attackers to recover sensitive information that was supposed to be deleted.
Network Associates PGP 7.0.4 and 7.1 does not time out according to the value set in the "Passphrase Cache" option, which could allow attackers to open encrypted files without providing a passphrase.
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