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12/17/2014 » CVE-2014-4626
EMC Documentum Content Server before 6.7 SP1 P29, 6.7 SP2 before P18, 7.0 before P16, and 7.1 before P09 allows remote authenticated users to gain privileges by (1) placing a command in a dm_job object and setting this object's owner to a privileged user or placing a rename action in a dm_job_request object and waiting for a (2) dm_UserRename or (3) dm_GroupRename service task, aka ESA-2014-105. NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2014-2515. [READ ME]

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