TrACESroute NANOG implementation integer overflow
|tracesroute-nanog-integer-overflow (12400)||High Risk|
The NANOG implementation included with TrACESroute is vulnerable to an integer overflow, caused by improper bounds checking of the max_ttl and nprobes values. A local attacker can exploit this vulnerability to overflow a buffer and possibly execute code on the system with elevated privileges.
For Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (alias woody):
Upgrade to the latest traceroute-nanog package (6.1.1-1.3 or later), as listed in DSA 348-1. See References.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Fri Jun 20 2003 - 01:09:30 CDT : BAZARR FAREWELL.
- DSA 348-1: traceroute-nanog.
- BID-7994: Traceroute-Nanog Integer Overflow Memory Corruption Vulnerability
- CVE-2003-0453: traceroute-nanog 6.1.1 allows local users to overwrite unauthorized memory and possibly execute arbitrary code via certain nprobes and max_ttl arguments that cause an integer overflow that is used when allocating memory, which leads to a buffer overflow.
- DSA-348: traceroute-nanog -- integer overflow
- Debian Debian Linux 3.0
- Ehud Gavron TrACESroute 6.1.1
Jun 20, 2003
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