It was discovered that smbd, the Samba file server daemon, did not properly handle certain files that were stored on the disk and used a valid Unicode character in the file name. An attacker able to send an authenticated non-Unicode request that attempted to read such a file could cause smbd to crash.
- CentOS6 Unitrends' appliances (physical and/or virtual), fixed with Unitrends software release-10.3.8-4. Please upgrade to latest version.
- CentOS7 Unitrends' appliances (physical and/or virtual) was patched for this CVE since its first release version.