The NDIS-TDI Hooking Engine, as used in the (1) KLICK (KLICK.SYS) and
(2) KLIN (KLIN.SYS) device drivers 220.127.116.111 for in Kaspersky Labs
Anti-Virus 18.104.22.1683 and other Anti-Virus and Internet Security
products, allows local users to execute arbitrary code via crafted Irp
structure with invalid addresses in the 0x80052110 IOCTL.
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IDEFENSE:20061020 Kaspersky Labs Anti-Virus IOCTL Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
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