- 15 August 2019, 08:35 in News

#privacy: Vulnerability found in Trend Micro Password Manager

Researchers at SafeBreach demonstrated how the vulnerability could be exploited to achieve privilege escalation.

Researchers discovered an issue with the pvmSvc.exe, a central control service, which was being executed as NT AUTHORITY/SYSTEM. Once executed, a missing DLL file was trying to load.

“In our VM, the c:\python27 has an ACL which allows any authenticated user to write files onto the ACL. This makes the privilege escalation simple and allows a regular user...

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