Sun Solaris ls-F built-in command allows elevated privileges
|solaris-lsf-gain-privileges (14065)||High Risk|
Sun Solaris could allow a local attacker to gain elevated privileges on the system, caused by a vulnerability when the tcsh(1) ls-F built-in command is used. An unauthorized local attacker could use this vulnerability to possibly create or delete files on the system or gain elevated privileges on the system, possibly root.
Apply the appropriate patch for your system, as listed below. Refer to Sun Alert ID: 57455 for more information. See References.
Solaris 8: 110943-02 or later
Solaris 8: 110944-02 or later
- CIAC Information Bulletin O-044: Sun Security Issue Involving the tcsh(1) ls-F Builtin on Solaris 8.
- Sun Alert ID: 57455: Security Issue Involving the tcsh(1) ls-F builtin on Solaris 8.
- BID-9280: Sun Solaris tcsh ls-F Builtin Unspecified Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
- BID-929: ICQ URL Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2003-1024: Unknown vulnerability in the ls-F builtin function in tcsh on Solaris 8 allows local users to create or delete files as other users, and gain privileges.
- OSVDB ID: 3155: Solaris tcsh Privilege Escalation
- OSVDB ID: 8725: Solaris tcsh ls-F Function Privilege Escalation
- SA10486: Sun Solaris tcsh Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
- US-CERT VU#281356: Sun Solaris tcsh(1) contains vulnerability in the built-in ls-F command
- Sun Solaris 8
Dec 22, 2003
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