Originally Posted by M$ISBS
I did do find / -type f -perm +4000 from the other thread but I dont know what the output of that means.
It searches your system for files which are SUID
None of the binaries which are known to get changed by this vulnerability
(xsane, xscanimage, soffice, swriter, simpress, and scalc) appear in your output.
This is the only info I have on the driver
I downloaded that file and the installer doesn't have any of the SUID stuff which the one I looked at last year had. I suspect that the problem in question doesn't apply to this driver of yours. The fact that the CVE specifically mentions version 2.00.95 as the one affected seems to give this suspicion some weight. You could manually check those six binaries (with "ls -l") if you wanna make sure they have sane permissions. At this point I can, however, tell you that you haven't been hit by CVE-2007-3931 AFAICT. Could you have been referring to some other vulnerability?