Sun Solaris NFS denial of service caused by lockd(1M) daemon
|solaris-nfs-lockd-dos (10394)||Medium Risk|
Sun Solaris is vulnerable to a denial of service attack in the Network File System (NFS). A local or remote attacker with limited system privileges could kill the lockd(1M) daemon to cause a denial of service against NFS.
Denial of Service
Apply the appropriate patch for your system, as listed in Sun Alert ID: 47815. See References.
- Sun Alert ID: 47815: NFS Denial of Service can be Caused by a Client Application Killing the lockd(1M) Daemon.
- BID-5986: Solaris NFS lockd Remote Denial of Service Vulnerability
- BID-599: Multiple Vendor Wu-Ftpd Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-1228: Unknown vulnerability in NFS on Solaris 2.5.1 through Solaris 9 allows an NFS client to cause a denial of service by killing the lockd daemon.
- OSVDB ID: 8709: Solaris NFS Client lockd Daemon DoS
- US-CERT VU#855635: Sun Solaris lockd(1M) daemon vulnerable to DoS
- Sun Solaris 2.5.1
- Sun Solaris 2.6
- Sun Solaris 7.0
- Sun Solaris 8
- Sun Solaris 9
Oct 16, 2002
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