Kaspersky fixes antivirus crash bug

Internet and antivirus giant Kaspersky has fixed a number of flaws that could be used to crash its flagship software, rendering its protection useless.

Talos Group, the security arm of Cisco, said in a blog post that three of the flaws were denial-of-service flaws that could crash the software, and the fourth could leak data, which may allow an attacker to exploit a local system.

Though the flaws are “not particularly severe”, the security team warned that security systems can become targets of attacks.


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