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From: 3APA3A at SECURITY.NNOV.RU (3APA3A)
Subject: Symantec, McAfee and Panda ActiveX controls

Dear Thomas Kristensen,

Exploitable  overflow  in  Symantec  and  Trend  Micro  were reported in
June/July  2003  by  Cesar  Cerrudo  and  fixed  by vendors. Nearly same
vulnerability was reported in RAV by Tri Huynh.

http://www.security.nnov.ru/search/news.asp?binid=2922

--Wednesday, April 7, 2004, 4:37:03 PM, you wrote to full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com:

TK> Hi Rafel,

TK> We have analysed the reported vulnerabilities in the Symantec, McAfee
TK> and Panda controls installed by their online scanners.

TK> It appears that your conclusions for Symantec and McAfee are incorrect.
TK> Following your examples seems to only cause null-pointer dereferences
TK> and can therefore only be exploited to crash a browser.

TK> However, the Panda issue is an exploitable heap overflow.

TK> If you have any other information regarding Symantec and McAfee, which
TK> proves that a buffer overflow exists then please publish this.



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