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CVE-2016-2345 vulnerability

Created by Gary O'Donovan, last modified by Erin Stenzel on Oct 16, 2018

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CVE-2016-2345 vulnerability discovered by Securifera.

Fun with Remote Controllers – Dameware Mini Remote Control (CVE-2016-2345) (© 2018 Securifera., available at, obtained on Oct 15, 2018)

CVE-2016-2345 (© 2018 Securifera., available at, obtained on Oct 15, 2018)


Dameware Mini Remote Control versions earlier than v12.0.3


See the Securifica website (© 2018 Securifera., available at, obtained on Oct 15, 2018) for details on the vulnerability discovered in Code (Buffer Overflow Exploit) vulnerability discovered in Code (Buffer Overflow Exploit), refer to securifera website for details.


Update to Dameware v12.0.3 to remedy the vulnerability.


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