Computer Associates is warning customers of yet more flaws affecting a large swathe of its products.

The company told users that patches are available for vulnerabilities in its CA Message (CAM) Queuing software, which could allow hackers to launch DoS attacks against servers running the software.

The second vulnerability is due to improper bounds checking performed by CAM, which allows attackers to execute arbitrary code. "The final vulnerability allows for spoofing attacks on the message queuing system to be launched to execute arbitrary commands," CA said on an advisory on its website.

Affected products include Unicenter, BrightStor and eTrust products on Windows, Linux and Unix platforms.

Earlier in the year SC Magazine reported on a number of vulnerabilities affecting security products from CA, Trend Micro and Check Point.