WehnTrust autostart key search path file execution
|wehntrust-service-start-file-execution (24315)||High Risk|
WehnTrust could allow a local attacker to execute malicious programs on the system. WehnTrust creates a autostart key to start a service that is not properly quoted. A local attacker could exploit this vulnerability to execute an arbitrary file each time the system is restarted.
No remedy available as of September 1, 2014.
- Full-Disclosure Mailing List, Mon Jan 16 2006 - 14:47:05 CST: WehnTrust - When you have to trust Wehntrust.
- WehnTrust Web site: Wehnus.
- BID-16268: WehnTrust Path Specification Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
- CVE-2006-0229: Unquoted Windows search path vulnerability in Wehntrust might allow local users to gain privileges via a malicious program.exe file in the C: folder, which is run when Wehntrust creates the autostart key.
- OSVDB ID: 22757: WehnTrust Path Subversion Local Privilege Escalation
- Wehnus WehnTrust
Jan 16, 2006
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