Re: SLMail 5.x POP3 Remote Pass Buffer Overflow Exploit
From: Jerome ATHIAS (jerome_at_athias.fr)
Date: 21 Nov 2004 02:44:29 -0000 To: email@example.com('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) In-Reply-To: <Pine.LNX.firstname.lastname@example.org>
>On Thu, 18 Nov 2004, [iso-8859-1] J=E9r=F4me ATHIAS wrote:
>: SLMail 5.x POP3 Remote Pass Buffer Overflow Exploit
>CAN-2004-0942 (under review)
>Apache webserver 2.0.52 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a
>denial of service (CPU consumption) via an HTTP GET request with a MIME
>header containing multiple lines with a large number of space characters.
Thanks to point our eyes on this mistake.
In fact there is an error here:
sure it'll be soon corrected ;p
>Perhaps you meant CAN-2003-0264:
>Multiple buffer overflows in SLMail 18.104.22.16820 allows remote attackers to
>execute arbitrary code via (1) a long EHLO argument to slmail.exe, (2) a
>long XTRN argument to slmail.exe, (3) a long string to POPPASSWD, or (4) a
>long password to the POP3 server.
>Or is this a new/different issue?
It is another one discovered recently my muts