Daily Archives: February 5, 2021

CVE-2021-21303

Helm is open-source software which is essentially “The Kubernetes Package Manager”. Helm is a tool for managing Charts. Charts are packages of pre-configured Kubernetes resources. In Helm from version 3.0 and before version 3.5.2, there a few cases where data loaded from potentially untrusted sources was not properly sanitized. When a SemVer in the `version` field of a chart is…

CVE-2020-10234

The AscRegistryFilter.sys kernel driver in IObit Advanced SystemCare 13.2 allows an unprivileged user to send an IOCTL to the device driver. If the user provides a NULL entry for the dwIoControlCode parameter, a kernel panic (aka BSOD) follows. The IOCTL codes can be found in the dispatch function: 0x8001E000, 0x8001E004, 0x8001E008, 0x8001E00C, 0x8001E010, 0x8001E014, 0x8001E020, 0x8001E024, 0x8001E040, 0x8001E044, and 0x8001E048.…

CVE-2020-12122

In Max Secure Max Spyware Detector 1.0.0.044, the driver file (MaxProc64.sys) allows local users to cause a denial of service (BSOD) or possibly have unspecified other impact because of not validating input values from IOCtl 0x2200019. (This also extends to the various other products from Max Secure that include MaxProc64.sys.)

CVE-2020-9453

In Epson iProjection v2.30, the driver file EMP_MPAU.sys allows local users to cause a denial of service (BSOD) or possibly have unspecified other impact because of not validating input values from IOCtl 0x9C402406 and IOCtl 0x9C40240A. (0x9C402402 has only a NULL pointer dereference.) This affects DeviceEMPMPAUIO and DosDevicesEMPMPAU.

CVE-2020-10553

An issue was discovered in Psyprax before 3.2.2. The file %PROGRAMDATA%Psyprax32PPScreen.ini contains a hash for the lockscreen (aka screensaver) of the application. If that entry is removed, the lockscreen is no longer displayed and the app is no longer locked. All local users are able to modify that file.