[Full-disclosure] [MU-200603-01] MailEnable POP3 Pre-Authentication Buffer Overflow
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- Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 23:22:32 +0000 (GMT)
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MailEnable POP3 Pre-Authentication Buffer Overflow [MU-200603-01]
March 20, 2006
Affected Product / Versions:
MailEnable Professional 1.7, 1.71, 1.72
MailEnable Standard 1.91, 1.92
MailEnable Enterprise 1.2
MailEnable 2.0 betas
"MailEnable's mail server software provides a powerful, scalable
hosted messaging platform for Microsoft Windows. MailEnable offers
stability, unsurpassed flexibility and an extensive feature set which
allows you to provide cost-effective mail services."
A remote buffer overflow condition in MailEnable's POP3 service could
allow for arbitrary code execution. The vulnerable code can be
exercised remotely without authentication.
A second less critical bug was also reported and remedied. The bug
involved a cryptographic implementation mistake that weakened
Vendor Response / Solution:
Hotfix solution to this advisory:
All hotfixes are available from:
All versions have been updated to include the hotfix:
Mu Security would like to thank MailEnable in advance for timely
remediation of these vulnerabilities.
This vulnerability was discovered by the Mu Security research team.
Mu Security is an early-stage innovator creating a new class of
security analysis system. The company's mission is to widely deploy
security analysis and reduce product and application vulnerabilities.
Mu's founders include industry-recognized experts in the IDP, open
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management markets The security analysis process and product solution
provide a rigorous and streamlined methodology for verifying and
improving the security readiness of any IP-based product or
application. Mu Security, headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, is
backed by preeminent venture capital firms including Accel Partners
and Benchmark Capital.
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