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Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2020 12:37:45 +0100
From: Thierry Zoller <thierry@...ler.lu>
To: fulldisclosure@...lists.org, bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: [TZO-22-2020] Qihoo360 | GDATA | Rising | Command Generic Malformed
 Archive Bypass

________________________________________________________________________

            From the lets-try-it-this-way Department
Qihoo360 | GDATA | Rising | Webroot | Dr Web  Generic Archive Bypass
________________________________________________________________________

Release mode    : Vendors do not react / Reverse Coordination Attempt
Ref             : [TZO-22-2020] - Qihoo360, GDATA, Escan, Rising, 
Command, K7 Computing, Ahnlab, Dr. Web, Webroot
Status          : Unpatched
Dislosure Policy: https://caravelahq.com/b/policy/20949

1. Summary
==========
Deviating from my Disclosure policy : Situations where the time it takes 
to discover a vulnerability is inferior to the time spend to coordinate 
it call for a new way to approach vulnerability coordination. I call it 
reverse coordination. As these are mostly low risk findings I personally 
do not have any issues with proceeding that way.

2. Description
==============
Qihoo360, GDATA, Escan, Rising, Command, K7 Computing, Ahnlab, Dr. Web, 
Webroot

3. Coordination
===============
Unless Qihoo, respectively GDATA, Escan, Rising, Command, K7 Computing, 
Ahnlab, Dr. Web, Webroot get into touch within the next 21 days, I will 
proceed to publish the vulnerabilities on this very list without any 
further communication attempt. Many attempts have been made.



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