7.5
CWE
126 125
EPSS
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Advisory Published
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CVE-2024-20290

First published: Wed Feb 07 2024(Updated: )

A vulnerability in the OLE2 file format parser of ClamAV could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause a denial of service (DoS) condition on an affected device. This vulnerability is due to an incorrect check for end-of-string values during scanning, which may result in a heap buffer over-read. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by submitting a crafted file containing OLE2 content to be scanned by ClamAV on an affected device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to cause the ClamAV scanning process to terminate, resulting in a DoS condition on the affected software and consuming available system resources. For a description of this vulnerability, see the ClamAV blog .

Credit: ykramarz@cisco.com ykramarz@cisco.com

Affected SoftwareAffected VersionHow to fix
Cisco Secure Endpoint<7.5.17
Cisco Secure Endpoint>=8.0.1.21160<8.2.3.30119
Cisco Secure Endpoint Private Cloud<3.8.0
Fedoraproject Fedora=38
Fedoraproject Fedora=39
ubuntu/clamav<1.0.5+dfsg-0ubuntu0.23.10.1
1.0.5+dfsg-0ubuntu0.23.10.1
debian/clamav<=1.0.3+dfsg-1~deb12u1
0.103.6+dfsg-0+deb10u1
0.103.9+dfsg-0+deb10u1
0.103.10+dfsg-0+deb11u1
1.0.5+dfsg-1
1.0.5+dfsg-1.1

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