A file upload vulnerability in exists in Trend Micro Apex One server build 11110. Using a malformed Content-Length header in an HTTP PUT message sent to URL /officescan/console/html/cgi/fcgiOfcDDA.exe, an unauthenticated remote attacker can upload arbitrary files to the SampleSubmission directory (i.e., \PCCSRV\TEMP\SampleSubmission) on the server. The attacker can upload a large number of large files to fill up the file system on which the Apex One server is installed.
Trend Micro's Virus Scan API (VSAPI) and Advanced Threat Scan Engine (ATSE) - are vulnerable to a memory exhaustion vulnerability that may lead to denial-of-service or system freeze if exploited by an attacker using a specially crafted file.
A directory traversal vulnerability in Trend Micro Apex One, OfficeScan (11.0, XG) and Worry-Free Business Security (9.5, 10.0) may allow an attacker to bypass authentication and log on to an affected product's management console as a root user. The vulnerability does not require authentication.
A directory traversal vulnerability in Trend Micro Apex One, OfficeScan (versions XG and 11.0), and Worry-Free Business Security (versions 10.0, 9.5 and 9.0) could allow an attacker to modify arbitrary files on the affected product's management console.