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AUSCERT Security Bulletin
McAfee fixes credential bypass vulnerability in DLP for Windows
5 October 2018
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: McAfee Data Loss Prevention Endpoint
Operating System: Windows
Impact/Access: Unauthorised Access -- Remote with User Interaction
CVE Names: CVE-2018-6689
Member content until: Sunday, November 4 2018
A vulnerability has been identified in McAfee Data Loss Prevention
Endpoint for Windows prior to version 10.0.510 and 11.0.600. 
McAfee has provided the following information:
It is possible to access a user's session on a locked Windows machine if
certain DLP Endpoint configurations are made by the DLP Endpoint administrator
to include hyperlinks in user notification dialogs, and an actor performs
specific actions on a protected machine.
Authentication bypass vulnerability in McAfee Data Loss Prevention Endpoint
(DLP Endpoint) 10.0.x earlier than 10.0.510, and 11.0.x earlier than 11.0.600
allows attackers to bypass local security protection via specific conditions.
NOTE: The following link was not yet populated with CVE details at the time of
publication of this Security Bulletin.
McAfee strongly recommends updating to DLP Endpoint for Windows
versions 10.0.510 or 11.0.600. 
 McAfee Security Bulletin - Data Loss Prevention Endpoint for
Windows update fixes a credentials bypass vulnerability
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