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Apple Remote Desktop, Product Security
Apple Remote Desktop 3.2.2
Apple Remote Desktop
Available for: Apple Remote Desktop 3.2.1, Mac OS X v10.3 through v10.5.5, Mac OS X Server v10.3 through v10.5.5
Impact: A local user may execute commands with elevated privileges unless Security Update 2008-005 has been installed
Description: A design issue exists in the Open Scripting Architecture libraries when determining whether to load scripting addition plugins into applications running with elevated privileges. This update mitigates the issue for Apple Remote Desktop by disabling scripting of ARDAgent. This issue does not affect systems that have applied Security Update 2008-005. Credit to Charles Srstka for reporting this issue.