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Kaspersky Patches Vulnerabilities in Consumer Products

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Aug
2016
Kaspersky Patches Vulnerabilities in Consumer Products

Kaspersky Patches Vulnerabilities in Consumer Products

Kaspersky Lab has released updates for its consumer products to address several denial-of-service (DoS) and memory disclosure vulnerabilities identified by researchers at Cisco’s Talos group.

Cisco reported discovering a total of four issues in Kaspersky Internet Security products, specifically in the KLIF, KLDISK and KL1 drivers.

Two of the flaws, tracked as CVE-2016-4304 and CVE-2016-4305, are related to the way the KLIF driver handles NtUserCreateWindowEx and NtAdjustTokenPrivileges calls. A malicious app can execute an API call using invalid parameters and cause a system crash.

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