This page contains important information regarding security vulnerabilities that could affect specific versions of Autodesk products or services.
Script exploit in Autodesk® Maya
A third-party malicious script was identified and a fix has been made available. The script can execute malicious code that can corrupt the Maya environment, cause data loss and instability, as well as spread to other systems.
Vulnerabilities in the Autodesk® FBX Software Development Kit
Applications and Services that utilize the FBX-SDK Ver. 2020.0 or earlier can be impacted by buffer overflow, type confusion, use-after-free, integer overflow, NULL pointer dereference, and heap overflow vulnerabilities.
A variant of a MAXScript exploit was identified and a fix has been made available. The exploit can execute malicious code that can corrupt the 3ds Max environment, cause data loss and instability, as well as spread to other systems.
Denial of Service Vulnerabilities in the Autodesk Backburner Rendering Management Software
The Autodesk® Backburner 2016 service command line interface accepts a set of remote telnet commands. When insufficient number of arguments are passed, it fails to handle a specific command request which results in an unhandled Null Dereference state/crash leading to Denial of Service condition.
Vulnerabilities in the Autodesk FBX Software Development Kit
Applications and Services that utilize the Autodesk® FBX-SDK Ver. 2017.0 or earlier for processing FBX, DXF, DAE and 3DS formatted files can be impacted by vulnerabilities related to improper memory allocation when opening malformed files.