Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based security firm eEye Digital Security Inc. has reported that a flaw in multiple
The flaw has been reported to McAfee and confirmed, eEye said. However, few details are available as a workaround has not yet been released.
Danish vulnerability clearinghouse Secunia posted a bulletin about the vulnerable products Tuesday morning, rating the issue "highly critical." eEye denoted the issue as a high severity problem.
This flaw is not related to the recent flaw in McAfee's ePolicy Orchestrator product that attackers could exploit to compromise machines and launch malicious code.
That problem, reported by eEye and addressed last week, involved the framework service component of McAfee Common Management Agent (CMA), which allows users to configure and enforce protection policies; deploy and configure agents; and monitor the security status of systems from a centralized console.
This article originally appeared on SearchSecurity.com.