Researchers at Tenable have disclosed five unpatched vulnerabilities in Comodo Antivirus, which reportedly will be patched by Monday of next week.

The most significant of the zero-days appears to be CVE-2019-3969, a local privilege escalation condition that results from an flawed verification mechanism in the CmdAgent.exe process file.

"A local process can bypass the signature check enforced by CmdAgent via process hollowing which can then allow the process to invoke sensitive COM methods in CmdAgent such as writing to the registry with SYSTEM privileges," explains an official MITRE vulnerability description.

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