Red-Alert long request denial of service
|redalert-long-request-dos (15086)||Medium Risk|
Red-Alert is vulnerable to a denial of service. A remote attacker can send a long request to TCP port 80 to cause Red-Alert to reboot, which would cause all information to be lost and events that were locally logged.
Denial of Service
Upgrade to the latest version of Red-Alert firmware, available to Red-Alert customers from the company where Red-Alert was purchased. See References.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Mon Feb 09 2004 - 11:56:32 CST : Red-M Red-Alert Multiple Vulnerabilities.
- Red-Alert Web site: Wireless LAN Monitoring, Security and Control.
- BID-9618: Multiple Red-M Red-Alert Remote Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2004-2078: Red-M Red-Alert 2.7.5 with software 3.1 build 24 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (reboot and loss of logged events) via a long request to TCP port 80, possibly triggering a buffer overflow.
- OSVDB ID: 3891: Red-Alert Long String DoS
- SA10832: Red-Alert Denial of Service Vulnerability
- SECTRACK ID: 1009001: Red-M Red-Alert Can Be Rebooted By Remote Users
- Red-M Red-Alert 2.7.5
- Red-M Red-Alert 3.1 build 24
Feb 09, 2004
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