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[Full-disclosure] [xfocus-AD-051115]Multiple antivirus failed to scan malicous filename bypass vulnerability
Date: Mon Nov 14 2005 - 23:59:37 CST
[xfocus-AD-051115]Multiple antivirus failed to scan malicous filename
discoverer by killerxfocus.org
class: design error
Threat level: medium
Vulnerable anti-virus Engine:
tested anti-virus vendor:
Symantec AntiVirus Corporate 8.0
Kaspersky Antivirus Personal Pro 126.96.36.199
Kaspersky Antivirus For MS NTServer 188.8.131.52
F-Prot Antivirus 3.16c
ClamWin Antivirus 0.87
Microsoft AntiSpyware beta1
Windows system may use the many kinds of special mark as filename,
some anti-virus engines are unable to analyze the special structure
document filename, thus failed to file operate.
Choose a malicious file which would be detected, such as nc.exe,
rename the file as nc??.exe (?? =Hex C0 D7 BA DC)
Then these malicious files will be not detected by antivirus scan.
Because these special names are unable directly to input, so if you
want to run these file, you should use the following way:
1998-01-03 14:37 59,392 NC294E~1.EXE nc??.exe
connect to somewhere: nc [-options] hostname port[s] [ports] ...
listen for inbound: nc -l -p port [options] [hostname] [port]
Uses the MS-DOS name specification, we can operate file with OpenĦ˘
ReadĦ˘WriteĦ˘ and duplicateĦ£
In fact the most vendor all have the problem in regarding this king
of file parse: For instance use the right key clicks these kinds of
file, will be no scan option menu to show by Kaspersky antivirus, and
Symantec AntiVirus Corporate V10.0.1.1000 will detected but can't remove
it. AVG Anti-Virus will be passed by normally path scan mothod, but
can't read the file if click the scan option menu.
Thank xundixfocus.org translate it, thx all members of xfocus team
and all support xfocus team.
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