[NT] CA Multiple Products Console Login and File Mapping Vulnerabilities
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- Date: 15 May 2007 16:46:10 +0200
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CA Multiple Products Console Login and File Mapping Vulnerabilities
CA Anti-Virus "for the Enterprise, CA Threat Manager, and CA Anti-Spyware
for the Enterprise contain multiple vulnerabilities that can allow an
attacker to cause a denial of service or possibly execute arbitrary code.
CA has issued patches to address the vulnerabilities".
Attackers can cause a denial of service or potentially execute arbitrary
code in multiple CA products.
* CA Anti-Virus for the Enterprise (formerly eTrust Antivirus) r8
* CA Threat Manager (formerly eTrust Integrated Threat Management) r8
* CA Anti-Spyware for the Enterprise (formerly eTrust PestPatrol) r8
* CA Protection Suites r3
The first vulnerability, CVE-2007-2522, is due to insufficient bounds
checking on Console Server login credentials. A remote attacker can use
carefully constructed authentication credentials to cause a stack based
buffer overflow, which can potentially result in arbitrary code execution.
The second vulnerability, CVE-2007-2523, is due to insufficient bounds
checking in InoCore.dll. A local attacker can modify the contents of a
file mapping to cause a stack based buffer overflow, which can potentially
result in arbitrary code execution. This issue only affects CA Anti-Virus
for the Enterprise and CA Threat Manager.
CA has given these vulnerabilities a combined High risk rating.
For CVE-2007-2522, the vulnerability applies only to an installation on
the x86 platform with the Console Server installed.
CA has issued an update to address the vulnerabilities. The patched files
are available as part of the product's automatic content update. The
following components must be enabled in order to receive these updates:
eTrust ITM Console Server must be enabled to receive InoWeb.exe updates,
and eTrust ITM Common must be enabled to receive InoCore.dll updates.
The information has been provided by CA Security Advisory.
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