McAfee Common Management Agent (CMA) integer overflow
|security-management-integer-overflow (31165)||High Risk|
McAfee Common Management Agent (CMA), which is used in multiple McAfee products, is vulnerable to an integer overflow. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code on the affected system or cause a denial of service.
Upgrade to the latest version of McAfee Common Management Agent for version 3.5.5 (3.5.5 Patch 1 (CMA22.214.171.1248) or later), as listed in McAfee Support Document ID: 613367. See References.
- IBM Internet Security Systems Protection Advisory July 10, 2007: McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator Agent Remote Code Execution.
- McAfee Support Document ID: 613367: McAfee Security Bulletin - Crash of Framework service of McAfee Common Management Agent (CMA).
- BID-24863: McAfee Common Management Agent (CMA) Multiple Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2006-5274: Integer overflow in McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator 3.5 through 3.6.1, ProtectionPilot 1.1.1 and 1.5, and Common Management Agent (CMA) 126.96.36.1998 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (CMA Framework service crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors.
- OSVDB ID: 36101: McAfee Multiple Products ePolicy Orchestrator CMA Framework Service Remote Overflow
- SA26029: McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator / ProtectionPilot Common Management Agent Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1018363: McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator Common Management Agent Buffer Overflows Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- McAfee Common Management Agent 188.8.131.528
- McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator 3.5.0
- McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator 3.6.0
- McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator 3.6.1
- McAfee ProtectionPilot 1.1.1
- McAfee ProtectionPilot 1.5
Jul 10, 2007
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