Multiple MicroWorld eScan products are vulnerable to a remote command-execution vulnerability because they fail to properly sanitize user-supplied input. Attackers can exploit this issue to execute arbitrary commands with superuser privileges. Successful attacks will completely compromise affected computers. The issue affects the following products versions prior to 4.1.x: eScan for Linux Desktop, eScan for Linux File Servers, MailScan for Linux Mail servers, WebScan for Linux Proxy Servers.
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