[NT] Cisco Security Agent Vulnerable to Crafted IP Attack
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- Date: 15 Jan 2006 19:04:47 +0200
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Cisco Security Agent Vulnerable to Crafted IP Attack
Cisco Security Agent (CSA) is "a network security software agent that
provides threat protection for server and desktop computing systems".
A malicious attacker may be able to send a crafted IP packet to a Windows
workstation or server running CSA 4.5 which may cause the device to halt
and/or reload. Repeated exploitation will create a sustained DoS (denial
* Cisco CSA version 4.5 when running on any Windows except Windows XP.
* Cisco CSA 4.0 and earlier
* Cisco CSA while running on Solaris
* Cisco CSA while running on Linux
* Cisco CSA while running on Windows XP
If a crafted IP packet with certain characteristics are sent to a Windows
platform running CSA 4.5, Windows will halt with a blue screen and system
crash. When exploited, the affected machine will require a reboot to
become operational again.
Successful exploitation of this vulnerability will cause a reload of the
This vulnerability is documented in the Cisco Bug Toolkit as Bug ID
This issue is fixed in CSA maintenance version 184.108.40.2066 which is
available for download at:
This issue is also fixed with CSA hotfix version 220.127.116.113 or later which
is available for download at:
There are no recommended workarounds for this vulnerability. Please see
the Obtaining Fixed Software section for appropriate solutions to resolve
The information has been provided by <mailto:psirt@xxxxxxxxx> Cisco
Systems Product Security Incident Response Team.
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