Exploit released for CA product vulnerability

Thursday, 10 March 2005, 12:25 PM EST

Malicious hackers have released code that exploits a widespread vulnerability in software from Computer Associates International (CA), setting off a round of Internet scanning for vulnerable CA systems.

The exploit code was created Friday, just two days after CA warned customers and issued a patch for security holes in the Computer Associates License Client and Server software.

By Paul Roberts at Computerworld.

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