Windows-like flaw hits Citrix

Tuesday, 6 March 2007, 3:48 PM EST

A flaw in Citrix's Presentation Server Client creates a means for hackers to compromise machines running the popular thin-client application.

The vulnerability stems from an unspecified bug involving support for Independent Computing Architecture (ICA) connections through a proxy server. ICA is an application server protocol used by Citrix products.

At The Register.

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