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Critical Vulnerabilities Addressed in SecurEnvoy SecurMail

Multiple critical vulnerabilities impacting SecurEnvoy SecurMail could result in an attacker being able to read encrypted emails and even delete or overwrite messages in an inbox.

SecurEnvoy SecurMail was meant to provide businesses with secure email communications and claims to be offering organizations the full advantages of encryption without the hassle of deployment or management operations.

This week, SEC Consult revealed information on seven critical vulnerabilities in the product that “break the core security promises of the product,” as they can expose sensitive information to attackers.

The flaws were discovered during a short testing period in November 2017, SEC Consult reveals in an advisory. The discovered vulnerabilities were recently addressed with the release of SecurMail 9.2.501, or hotfix patch “1_012018.”

“As other SecureEnvoy products (besides the analyzed SecurMail) appear to be highly integrated (all products are installed with a single setup file) we...(continued)

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