Team Factor packet denial of service
|teamfactor-packet-dos (15274)||Medium Risk|
Team Factor (also known as US Special Forces), is vulnerable to a denial of service. A remote attacker can send a specially-crafted packet, which would cause the program to read unallocated memory and cause the program to crash.
Denial of Service
No remedy available as of May 1, 2013.
- Team Factor Web site: Team Factor.
- Zone-h Security Advisory 02/20/2004: Remote server crash in Team Factor <= 1.25.
- BID-9708: Singularity Software Team Factor Integer Handling Memory Corruption Vulnerability
- CVE-2004-0321: Team Factor 1.25 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via a packet that uses a negative number to specify the size of the data block that follows, which causes Team Factor to read unallocated memory.
- OSVDB ID: 6807: Team Factor Negative Number Packet DoS
- Team Factor Team Factor
Feb 20, 2004
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