Microsoft NetMeeting RDS local session hijacking
|netmeeting-rds-session-hijacking (10119)||Medium Risk|
Microsoft NetMeeting could allow a local attacker to hijack a remote user's sessions when the Remote Desktop Sharing (RDS) feature is being used. A local attacker could monitor an RDS session and when the remote user makes a change to a file or setting, the attacker could then enter CTRL-ALT-DEL to initiate a system shut down. This would cause control over the system to be returned to the local user, which would allow the attacker to gain unauthorized access to the system with the same privileges as the remote user.
No remedy available as of April 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Fri Sep 13 2002 - 01:00:31 CDT : NetMeeting 3.01 Local RDS Session Hijacking.
- BID-5715: Microsoft Netmeeting Local Session Hijacking Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-1150: The Remote Desktop Sharing (RDS) Screen Saver Protection capability for Microsoft NetMeeting 3.01 through SP2 (4.4.3396) allows attackers with physical access to hijack remote sessions by entering certain logoff or shutdown sequences (such as CTRL-ALT-DEL) and canceling out of the resulting user confirmation prompts, such as when the remote user is editing a document.
- OSVDB ID: 9896: Microsoft Netmeeting Remote Desktop Sharing Remote Session Hijack
- Microsoft NetMeeting 3.0.1_4.4.3396
- Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Sep 13, 2002
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