[NT] Computer Associates Alert Notification Server Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
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- Date: 18 Jul 2007 13:13:14 +0200
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Computer Associates Alert Notification Server Multiple Buffer Overflow
Computer Associates Alert Notification Server is "used by several CA
products, including eTrust Integrated Threat Management, to provide
notifications to console users". Remote exploitation of multiple buffer
overflow vulnerabilities in Computer Associates International Inc.'s (CA)
Threat Manager allows attackers to execute arbitrary code with SYSTEM
When Computer Associates Threat Manager is installed, it also installs the
Alert Notification Server (alert.exe) which registers an RPC interface
with the GUID 3d742890-397c-11cf-9bf1-00805f88cb72. This interface
contains stack-based buffer overflow vulnerabilities within the handling
code for several RPC operation codes.
Exploitation allows an attacker to execute code with SYSTEM privileges on
the targeted host.
The vulnerable code can be reached remotely using the SMB protocol. As
such, valid credentials are required to exploit this vulnerability on
Windows XP and newer systems. Windows 2000 based installations do not
iDefense confirmed that the Alert Notification Server included with
Computer Associates International Inc.'s eTrust Integrated Threat
Management r8 for Windows is vulnerable.
" CA has provided an update to address the vulnerabilities. The updated
Alert service must be manually installed. "
For more information consult Computer Associates' advisory at the
02/27/2007 - Initial vendor notification
02/27/2007 - Initial vendor response
07/17/2007 - Public disclosure
The information has been provided by
<mailto:idlabs-advisories@xxxxxxxxxxxx> iDefense Labs Security Advisories.
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