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[Full-Disclosure] lha vuln from last week
From: Brian Toovey (btooveyigxglobal.com)
Date: Wed May 12 2004 - 12:30:49 CDT
Anyone been following that lha vuln from last week? I heard lha is in over 17 products (antivirus, archivers) but I dont see but one antivirus company come out and acknowledge it (only because a public test was run).
I consider the vuln severe - but there has been little if no buzz about it. If mail server's running lha code can be compromised.... If desktop users only have to download their email.....
anyone have a thought on the severity of this?
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