Thintune password allows elevated privileges
|thintune-password-gain-privileges (16808)||High Risk|
Thintune could allow a local attacker to gain elevated privileges. By pressing the CTRL, SHIFT, ALTor DEL keys and entering the password 'MaertsJ', a local attacker can gain unauthorized root access on the system.
Upgrade to the latest firmware of Thintune (2.4.39 or later), available from the Thintune Web site. See References.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Sat Jul 24 2004 - 02:54:53 CDT : eSeSIX Thintune thin client multiple vulnerabilities.
- Thintune Web site: Tune your business. THINTUNE.
- BID-10794: eSeSIX Thintune Thin Client Devices Multiple Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2004-2050: eSeSIX Thintune thin clients running firmware 2.4.38 and earlier allow local users to gain privileges by pressing CTRL-SHIFT-ALT-DEL and entering the maertsJ password, which is hard-coded into lshell.
- OSVDB ID: 8248: eSeSIX Thintune Client Default Physical Access Password
- SA12154: Thintune Client Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1010770: THINTUNE Backdoor Grants Root Access to Remote Users
- eSeSIX Computer GmbH Thintune 2.4.38 and prior
Jul 24, 2004
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