CommuniGate Pro Server multiple LDAP buffer overflows
|communigate-ldap-bo (24409)||High Risk|
The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) implementation in CommuniGate Pro Server is vulnerable to multiple buffer overflows in the code used to process LDAP requests. A remote attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service on affected systems.
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- CommuniGate Pro Web page: Revision History.
- Full-Disclosure Mailing List, Sat Jan 28 2006 - 01:15:17 CST: Multiple vulnerabilities in CommuniGate Pro Server.
- Full-Disclosure Mailing List, Tue Jan 31 2006 - 01:55:34 CST: Proof of concept for CommuniGate Pro Server vulnerability.
- GLEG Ltd. Web site: ProtoVer LDAP testsuite.
- BID-16407: Communigate Pro Server LDAP Denial of Service Vulnerability
- CVE-2006-0468: CommuniGate Pro Core Server before 5.0.7 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via LDAP messages with negative BER lengths, and possibly other vectors, as demonstrated by the ProtoVer LDAP test suite.
- CVE-2006-0566: The LDAP component in CommuniGate Pro Core Server 5.0.7 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via LDAP messages that contain Distinguished Names (DN) fields with a large number of elements.
- OSVDB ID: 22787: CommuniGate Pro Server LDAP BER Decoding Unspecified Code Execution
- OSVDB ID: 22788: CommuniGate Pro Server LDAP BER Decoding Malformed Input DoS
- OSVDB ID: 22932: CommuniGate Pro Server LDAP DN Field Handling Remote DoS
- SA18640: CommuniGate Pro Server LDAP BER Decoding Vulnerabilities
- SA18701: CommuniGate Pro Server LDAP DN Handling Denial of Service
- SECTRACK ID: 1015587: CommuniGate Pro LDAP Bug Lets Remote Users Deny Service
- Stalker Software CommuniGate Pro 5.0.6
Jan 28, 2006
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