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A remote code execution error was detected in Kaspersky products

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A remote code execution error was detected in Kaspersky products
Researchers have discovered a serious vulnerability in remote code execution affecting Kaspersky Lab products. The cybersecurity firm released a hotfix for customers in early April.

When you need to register an account on the game portal, you need to use a virtual phone number to register and receive sms, so as not to indicate your personal mobile number when confirming your account in tanks or aircraft.

Researchers from the Imaginary group reported to Kaspersky about an error that was tracked as CVE-2019-8285 and assigned a rating of CVSS 8.0. Experts have found a way to remotely execute arbitrary code using heap-based buffer overflows.

An attacker could exploit the vulnerability to execute arbitrary code with SYSTEM privileges, forcing the target user’s security software to scan a specially crafted JavaScript file.

According to Kaspersky, who released the patch on April 4 using a product update, this affected software that uses anti-virus databases.

Third-party consultants report that there is a flaw in the anti-virus core of the company and list several vulnerable versions of Kaspersky Anti-Virus.

The German Federal Information Security Administration (BSI) issued a warning to alert users.

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