[Full-disclosure] NOD32 Antivirus DOC parsing Arbitrary Code Execution Advisory
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Wed Dec 20 14:32:01 GMT 2006
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Vendor: ESET, http://eset.com
Affected Products: ESET NOD32 Antivirus
Vulnerability: Arbitrary Code Execution (remote)
2006/08/24 initial notification of ESET
2006/08/28 ESET Response
2006/08/29 PGP keys exchange
2006/08/29 PoC files sent to ESET
2006/09/06 ESET initial feedback.
2006/09/08 ESET confirmed the bug and fixed
2006/09/08 ESET made available the updates
Founded in 1992, ESET is a global provider of security software for
enterprises and consumers. ESET's award-winning, antivirus software system,
NOD32, provides real-time protection from known and unknown viruses,
spyware, rootkits and other malware. NOD32 offers the smallest, fastest and
most advanced protection available, with more Virus Bulletin 100% Awards
than any other antivirus product. ESET was named to Deloitte's Technology
Fast 500 five years running, and has an extensive partner network, including
corporations like Canon, Dell and Microsoft. ESET has offices in Bratislava,
SK; Bristol, U.K.; Buenos Aires, AR; Prague, CZ; San Diego, USA; and is
represented worldwide in more than 100 countries.
The broad product platform protects Windows, Linux, Novell and MS DOS
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in the file parsing engine.
In detail, the following flaw was determined:
- Divide by Zero in .CHM file parsing.
- Heap Overflow through Integer Overflow in .DOC File Parsing
The .DOC problem can lead to remote arbitrary code execution if an attacker
carefully crafts a file that exploits the aforementioned vulnerabilities.
The vulnerabilities are present in NOD32 Antivirus software versions prior
to the update v.1.1743.
The vulnerabilities were reported on Aug 24 and an update has been issued on
Sep 08 to solve these vulnerabilities through the regular update mechanism.
Bugs found by Sergio Alvarez of n.runs AG.
http://eset.com/support/updates.php?pageno=61 (NOD32 - v.1.1743)
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