The HostScan downloader implementation in Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client 3.x before 3.0 MR8 and Cisco Secure Desktop before 3.6.6020 does not compare the timestamp of offered software to the timestamp of installed software, which allows remote attackers to force a version downgrade by using (1) ActiveX or (2) Java components to offer signed code that corresponds to an older software release, aka Bug ID CSCtx74235.
The CSDWebInstallerCtrl ActiveX control in CSDWebInstaller.ocx in Cisco Secure Desktop (CSD) allows remote attackers to download an unintended Cisco program onto a client machine, and execute this program, by identifying a Cisco program with a Cisco digital signature and then renaming this program to inst.exe, a different vulnerability than CVE-2010-0589 and CVE-2011-0926.
A certain ActiveX control in CSDWebInstaller.ocx in Cisco Secure Desktop (CSD) does not properly verify the signature of an unspecified downloaded program, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code by spoofing the CSD installation process, a different vulnerability than CVE-2010-0589.
Cisco Secure Desktop (CSD), when used in conjunction with an AnyConnect SSL VPN server, does not properly perform verification, which allows local users to bypass intended policy restrictions via a modified executable file.
The Web Install ActiveX control (CSDWebInstaller) in Cisco Secure Desktop (CSD) before 3.5.841 does not properly verify the signatures of downloaded programs, which allows remote attackers to force the download and execution of arbitrary files via a crafted web page, aka Bug ID CSCta25876.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in +CSCOT+/translation in Cisco Secure Desktop 3.4.2048, and other versions before 3.5; as used in Cisco ASA appliance before 8.2(1), 8.1(2.7), and 8.0(5); allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via a crafted POST parameter, which is not properly handled by an eval statement in binary/mainv.js that writes to start.html.
Cisco Secure Desktop (CSD) does not require that the ClearPageFileAtShutdown (aka CCE-Winv2.0-407) registry value equals 1, which might allow local users to read certain memory pages that were written during another user's SSL VPN session.
The default configuration of Cisco Secure Desktop (CSD) has an unchecked "Disable printing" box in Secure Desktop Settings, which might allow local users to read data that was sent to a printer during another user's SSL VPN session.