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Security Bulletin
McAfee credits Shannon Sabens from HP TippingPoint for reporting this flaw.. This update resolves an issue with the Application Control Driver API on Windows 32-bit systems where sending certain inputs to the driver causes a system crash or privilege
Last Modified Date:4/7/2017
Security Bulletin
First Published: December 18, 2018 Impact of Vulnerability: Application Protections Bypass (CWE-592) CVE ID: CVE-2018-6668, CVE-2018-6669 Severity Rating: Medium CVSS v3 Base/Temporal Scores:
Last Modified Date:12/20/2018
Security Bulletin
None.. CVE-2016-8010 An application protection bypass vulnerability in McAfee Application Control (MAC) 7.0 (and earlier) and Endpoint Security (ENS) 10.2 (and earlier) allows local users to bypass local security protection via a command-line
Last Modified Date:10/24/2018
Security Bulletin
CVE-2014-9920 Unauthorized execution of binary vulnerability in McAfee (now Intel Security) McAfee Application Control (MAC) 6.0.0 before hotfix 9726, 6.0.1 before hotfix 9068, 6.1.0 before hotfix 692, 6.1.1 before hotfix 399, 6.1.2 before hotfix
Last Modified Date:5/11/2017
Security Bulletin
McAfee credits Saurabh Tripathi and Sukesh Shetty for reporting this flaw.. CVE-2017-3912 Bypassing password security vulnerability in McAfee Application and Change Control (MACC) 7.0.1 and 6.2.0 allows authenticated users to perform arbitrary
Last Modified Date:2/9/2018
Security Bulletin
McAfee credits Sebastian Obermeier of ABB Corporate Research for reporting this flaw.. This update resolves an issue discovered while running password-protected commands in McAfee Application Control / Change Control 5.1.x / 6.0.0. A hotfix is
Last Modified Date:1/6/2017
Security Bulletin
McAfee credits Maxim Kozhevnikov from Positive Technologies for reporting this flaw.. MAC 7.0.0 and MAC 6.x allow an unauthorized use of IOCTL, which may result in a local privilege escalation, DoS, unexpected behavior, or potentially unauthorized
Last Modified Date:5/17/2017
Security Bulletin
First Published: September 14, 2018 Impact of Vulnerability: Whitelist bypass CVE ID: CVE-2018-6690 Severity Rating: Medium CVSS v3 Base/Temporal Scores: 6.1 / 5.7 Reco
Last Modified Date:9/16/2018
Security Bulletin
CVE-2013-7460 A write protection and execution bypass vulnerability in McAfee (now Intel Security) Application Control (MAC) 6.1.0 for Linux and earlier allows authenticated users to change binaries that are part of the Application Control whitelist
Last Modified Date:5/11/2017
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