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CVE-2017-6417 Code injection vulnerability in Avira Total Security Suite 15.0 (and earlier), Optimization Suite 15.0 (and earlier), Internet Security Suite 15.0 (and earlier), and Free Security Suite 15.0 (and earlier) allows a local attacker to bypass a self-protection mechanism, inject arbitrary code, and take full control of any Avira process via a "DoubleAgent" attack. One perspective on this issue is that (1) these products do not use the Protected Processes feature, and therefore an attacker can enter an arbitrary Application Verifier Provider DLL under Image File Execution Options in the registry; (2) the self-protection mechanism is intended to block all local processes (regardless of privileges) from modifying Image File Execution Options for these products; and (3) this mechanism can be bypassed by an attacker who temporarily renames Image File Execution Options during the attack.
CVE-2016-10402 Avira Antivirus engine versions before 8.3.36.60 allow remote code execution as NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM via a section header with a very large relative virtual address in a PE file, causing an integer overflow and heap-based buffer underflow.
CVE-2015-7732 The Avira Mobile Security app before 1.5.11 for iOS sends sensitive login information in cleartext.
CVE-2015-7303 Use-after-free vulnerability in the Update Manager service in Avira Management Console allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a large header.
CVE-2014-5576 The Avira Secure Backup (aka com.avira.avirabackup) application 1.2.3 for Android does not verify X.509 certificates from SSL servers, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate.
CVE-2012-1459 The TAR file parser in AhnLab V3 Internet Security 2011.01.18.00, Avira AntiVir 7.11.1.163, Antiy Labs AVL SDK 2.0.3.7, avast! Antivirus 4.8.1351.0 and 5.0.677.0, AVG Anti-Virus 10.0.0.1190, Bitdefender 7.2, Quick Heal (aka Cat QuickHeal) 11.00, ClamAV 0.96.4, Command Antivirus 5.2.11.5, Comodo Antivirus 7424, Emsisoft Anti-Malware 5.1.0.1, F-Prot Antivirus 4.6.2.117, F-Secure Anti-Virus 9.0.16160.0, Fortinet Antivirus 4.2.254.0, G Data AntiVirus 21, Ikarus Virus Utilities T3 Command Line Scanner 1.1.97.0, Jiangmin Antivirus 13.0.900, K7 AntiVirus 9.77.3565, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7.0.0.125, McAfee Anti-Virus Scanning Engine 5.400.0.1158, McAfee Gateway (formerly Webwasher) 2010.1C, Antimalware Engine 1.1.6402.0 in Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0, NOD32 Antivirus 5795, Norman Antivirus 6.06.12, nProtect Anti-Virus 2011-01-17.01, Panda Antivirus 10.0.2.7, PC Tools AntiVirus 7.0.3.5, Rising Antivirus 22.83.00.03, Sophos Anti-Virus 4.61.0, AVEngine 20101.3.0.103 in Symantec Endpoint Protection 11, Trend Micro AntiVirus 9.120.0.1004, Trend Micro HouseCall 9.120.0.1004, VBA32 3.12.14.2, and VirusBuster 13.6.151.0 allows remote attackers to bypass malware detection via a TAR archive entry with a length field corresponding to that entire entry, plus part of the header of the next entry. NOTE: this may later be SPLIT into multiple CVEs if additional information is published showing that the error occurred independently in different TAR parser implementations.
CVE-2012-1457 The TAR file parser in Avira AntiVir 7.11.1.163, Antiy Labs AVL SDK 2.0.3.7, avast! Antivirus 4.8.1351.0 and 5.0.677.0, AVG Anti-Virus 10.0.0.1190, Bitdefender 7.2, Quick Heal (aka Cat QuickHeal) 11.00, ClamAV 0.96.4, Command Antivirus 5.2.11.5, Emsisoft Anti-Malware 5.1.0.1, eSafe 7.0.17.0, F-Prot Antivirus 4.6.2.117, G Data AntiVirus 21, Ikarus Virus Utilities T3 Command Line Scanner 1.1.97.0, Jiangmin Antivirus 13.0.900, K7 AntiVirus 9.77.3565, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7.0.0.125, McAfee Anti-Virus Scanning Engine 5.400.0.1158, McAfee Gateway (formerly Webwasher) 2010.1C, Antimalware Engine 1.1.6402.0 in Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0, NOD32 Antivirus 5795, Norman Antivirus 6.06.12, PC Tools AntiVirus 7.0.3.5, Rising Antivirus 22.83.00.03, AVEngine 20101.3.0.103 in Symantec Endpoint Protection 11, Trend Micro AntiVirus 9.120.0.1004, Trend Micro HouseCall 9.120.0.1004, VBA32 3.12.14.2, and VirusBuster 13.6.151.0 allows remote attackers to bypass malware detection via a TAR archive entry with a length field that exceeds the total TAR file size. NOTE: this may later be SPLIT into multiple CVEs if additional information is published showing that the error occurred independently in different TAR parser implementations.
CVE-2012-1443 The RAR file parser in ClamAV 0.96.4, Rising Antivirus 22.83.00.03, Quick Heal (aka Cat QuickHeal) 11.00, G Data AntiVirus 21, AVEngine 20101.3.0.103 in Symantec Endpoint Protection 11, Command Antivirus 5.2.11.5, Ikarus Virus Utilities T3 Command Line Scanner 1.1.97.0, Emsisoft Anti-Malware 5.1.0.1, PC Tools AntiVirus 7.0.3.5, F-Prot Antivirus 4.6.2.117, VirusBuster 13.6.151.0, Fortinet Antivirus 4.2.254.0, Antiy Labs AVL SDK 2.0.3.7, K7 AntiVirus 9.77.3565, Trend Micro HouseCall 9.120.0.1004, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7.0.0.125, Jiangmin Antivirus 13.0.900, Antimalware Engine 1.1.6402.0 in Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0, Sophos Anti-Virus 4.61.0, NOD32 Antivirus 5795, Avira AntiVir 7.11.1.163, Norman Antivirus 6.06.12, McAfee Anti-Virus Scanning Engine 5.400.0.1158, Panda Antivirus 10.0.2.7, McAfee Gateway (formerly Webwasher) 2010.1C, Trend Micro AntiVirus 9.120.0.1004, Comodo Antivirus 7424, Bitdefender 7.2, eSafe 7.0.17.0, F-Secure Anti-Virus 9.0.16160.0, nProtect Anti-Virus 2011-01-17.01, AhnLab V3 Internet Security 2011.01.18.00, AVG Anti-Virus 10.0.0.1190, avast! Antivirus 4.8.1351.0 and 5.0.677.0, and VBA32 3.12.14.2 allows user-assisted remote attackers to bypass malware detection via a RAR file with an initial MZ character sequence. NOTE: this may later be SPLIT into multiple CVEs if additional information is published showing that the error occurred independently in different RAR parser implementations.
CVE-2012-1425 The TAR file parser in Avira AntiVir 7.11.1.163, Antiy Labs AVL SDK 2.0.3.7, Quick Heal (aka Cat QuickHeal) 11.00, Emsisoft Anti-Malware 5.1.0.1, Fortinet Antivirus 4.2.254.0, Ikarus Virus Utilities T3 Command Line Scanner 1.1.97.0, Jiangmin Antivirus 13.0.900, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7.0.0.125, McAfee Anti-Virus Scanning Engine 5.400.0.1158, McAfee Gateway (formerly Webwasher) 2010.1C, NOD32 Antivirus 5795, Norman Antivirus 6.06.12, PC Tools AntiVirus 7.0.3.5, AVEngine 20101.3.0.103 in Symantec Endpoint Protection 11, Trend Micro AntiVirus 9.120.0.1004, and Trend Micro HouseCall 9.120.0.1004 allows remote attackers to bypass malware detection via a POSIX TAR file with an initial \50\4B\03\04 character sequence. NOTE: this may later be SPLIT into multiple CVEs if additional information is published showing that the error occurred independently in different TAR parser implementations.
CVE-2010-5153 ** DISPUTED ** Race condition in Avira Premium Security Suite 10.0.0.536 on Windows XP allows local users to bypass kernel-mode hook handlers, and execute dangerous code that would otherwise be blocked by a handler but not blocked by signature-based malware detection, via certain user-space memory changes during hook-handler execution, aka an argument-switch attack or a KHOBE attack. NOTE: this issue is disputed by some third parties because it is a flaw in a protection mechanism for situations where a crafted program has already begun to execute.
CVE-2009-2761 Unquoted Windows search path vulnerability in the scheduler (sched.exe) in Avira AntiVir, AntiVir Premium, Premium Security Suite, and AntiVir Professional might allow local users to gain privileges via a malicious antivir.exe file in the "C:\Program Files\avira\" directory.
CVE-2008-6962 Avira AntiVir Premium, Premium Security Suite, AntiVir Professional, and AntiVir Personal - FREE allows local users to execute arbitrary code via a crafted IOCTL request that overwrites a kernel pointer.
CVE-2008-5521 Avira AntiVir 7.9.0.36 and possibly 7.8.1.28, when Internet Explorer 6 or 7 is used, allows remote attackers to bypass detection of malware in an HTML document by placing an MZ header (aka "EXE info") at the beginning, and modifying the filename to have (1) no extension, (2) a .txt extension, or (3) a .jpg extension, as demonstrated by a document containing a CVE-2006-5745 exploit.
CVE-2007-2974 Buffer overflow in the file parsing engine in Avira Antivir Antivirus before 7.03.00.09 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted LZH archive file, resulting from an "integer cast around."
CVE-2007-2973 Avira Antivir Antivirus before 7.03.00.09 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (infinite loop and CPU consumption) via a malformed TAR archive.
CVE-2007-2972 The file parsing engine in Avira Antivir Antivirus before 7.04.00.24 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via a crafted UPX compressed file, which triggers a divide-by-zero error.
CVE-2007-1671 avpack32.dll before 7.3.0.6 in Avira AntiVir allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (infinite loop) via a ZOO archive with a direntry structure that points to a previous file.
CVE-2006-4619 The start update window in update.exe in Avira AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic 7.0 build 151 allows local users to gain system privileges via a "Shatter" style attack on the (1) IParam parameter, and the (2) PBM_GETRANGE and (3) PBM_SETRANGE messages in an unspecified progress bar. NOTE: some details are obtained from third party information.
CVE-2005-3219 Multiple interpretation error in unspecified versions of Avira Antivirus allows remote attackers to bypass virus detection via a malicious executable in a specially crafted RAR file with malformed central and local headers, which can still be opened by products such as Winrar and PowerZip, even though they are rejected as corrupted by Winzip and BitZipper.
CVE-2005-2957 Stack-based buffer overflow in AVIRA Desktop for Windows 1.00.00.68 with AVPACK32.DLL 6.31.0.3, when archive scanning is enabled, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long filename in an ACE archive.
  
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