ripMIME attachment bypass filters
|ripmime-attachment-filters-bypass (16867)||Medium Risk|
ripMIME could allow a remote attacker to bypass email and content filters. ripMIME fails to properly extract specific MIME encoded data from an attachment, if the data consists of invalid characters. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to bypass certain email and various filtering applications, such as antivirus programs.
Upgrade to the latest version of ripMIME (184.108.40.206 or later), available from the ripMIME Web page. See References.
- ripMIME ChangeLog Web page: ripMIME CHANGELOG.
- ripMIME Web page: PLDaniels.com - ripMIME.
- BID-10848: ripMIME MIME Attachment Decoding Weakness
- CVE-2004-2619: ripMIME 220.127.116.11 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass e-mail protection via a base64 MIME encoded attachment containing invalid characters that are not properly extracted.
- CVE-2004-2620: The MIMEH_read_headers function in ripMIME 18.104.22.168 does not properly handle trailing \r and \n characters in headers, which leads to a buffer underflow.
- OSVDB ID: 8287: ripMIME Attachment Extraction Bypass
- OSVDB ID: 8731: ripMIME MIMEH_read_headers() underrun
- SA12201: ripMIME Attachment Extraction Bypass
- PLDaniels ripMIME prior to 22.214.171.124
Aug 03, 2004
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