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Vulnerabilities in Autodesk® Design Review 2013
Autodesk ID: ADSK-SA-2016-02 Product, Service, Component: Autodesk® Design Review 2013 Impact: Remote Code Execution Severity: Medium Original Publish: 12/14/2016 Last Revised: 12/14/2016
CVSS 3.0 Score
0.1 - 3.9
A vulnerability where scope and impact of exploitation is restricted and the ability to exploit is extremely difficult.
4.0 - 6.9
A vulnerability where exploitation is mitigated by factors such as difficulty to exploit, default configuration or ease of identification.
7.0 - 8.9
A vulnerability, which if exploited, would directly impact the confidentiality, integrity or availability of user’s data or processing resources.
9.0 - 10
A vulnerability, which if exploited, would allow remote execution of malicious code without user action.
Vulnerabilities were identified in the Autodesk® Design Review 2013 application that can result in arbitrary and unauthorized remote code execution.
There were vulnerabilities discovered in the Autodesk® Design Review 2013 application that can cause buffer overflow conditions that can lead to remote code execution. Autodesk has developed a Security Hotfix to address the following specific areas of concern:
A specially crafted ActiveX control can be used to exploit a vulnerability in DWF files to trigger arbitrary code execution.
A specially crafted raster image in a drawing can trigger unauthorized code execution.
Autodesk® Design Review
2013, 2012, 2011
2013 (Users of Ver. 2011 or Ver. 2012 are required to upgrade to Ver. 2013 and then install the Security Hotfix)
Autodesk highly recommends that customers of Autodesk Design Review 2013 download and install the hotfix. For customers of Autodesk® Design Review 2011 or 2012, you will need to upgrade to version 2013 and then download and install the hotfix.
Mario Gomes (Twitter: @netfuzzer) in coordination with Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) Program.
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