Multiple buffer overflows in the ServerProtect service (SpntSvc.exe)
in Trend Micro ServerProtect for Windows before 5.58 Security Patch 4
allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via certain RPC
requests to certain TCP ports that are processed by the (1)
RPCFN_ENG_NewManualScan, (2) RPCFN_ENG_TimedNewManualScan, and (3)
RPCFN_SetComputerName functions in (a) StRpcSrv.dll; the (4)
RPCFN_CMON_SetSvcImpersonateUser and (5)
RPCFN_OldCMON_SetSvcImpersonateUser functions in (b) Stcommon.dll; the
(6) RPCFN_ENG_TakeActionOnAFile and (7) RPCFN_ENG_AddTaskExportLogItem
functions in (c) Eng50.dll; the (8) NTF_SetPagerNotifyConfig function
in (d) Notification.dll; or the (9) RPCFN_CopyAUSrc function in the
(e) ServerProtect Agent service.
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