On Wednesday, 12 December, we posted about a vulnerability in HP software installed on laptops. Well, we now have reports that a working POC exploit that grants remote access exists. HP has provided a workaround by disabling the HP Info Center. More information, including the workaround, can be found at the following URLs:
Clam AntiVirus is vulnerable to remote exploitation of an integer overflow. This error is in the processing of PE files packed with the MEW packer. Exploitation of this vulnerability can result in execution of code in the context of the application running libclamav. If the clamd process is exploited, code can be executed under the context of the clamav user. This vulnerability exists within ClamAV 0.91.2. There is a workaround available by setting –no-pe when starting the clamscan. There is also an update available, which is version 0.92.
Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Adobe’s Flash Player. These affect Adobe Flash CS3, Adobe Flash Player 9.x, Adobe Flex 2.x, Macromedia Flash 8.x, Macromedia Flash Player 7.x, and Macromedia Flash Player 8.x. The vulnerabilities can result in a variety of outcomes, including Denial of Service and compromising users systems. There are updates available for each of the Flash players affected. Note that this will be the last update for Adobe Flash Player 7.
Additionally, there is a vulnerability that could allow system compromise in AIX 5.2, 5.3, and 6.1. The vulnerability is related to Perl Regular Expressions Unicode Data Buffer Overflow. There are interim fixes available here ftp://aix.software.ibm.com/aix/efixes/security/perl_ifix.tar.
Citrix Web Interface is vulnerable to an unspecified cross site scripting attack. The cross site scripting is in the online help portion of the software. More information can be found in the original advisory http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX115283