thttpd command file buffer overflow
|thttpd-command-file-bo (25216)||High Risk|
thttpd is vulnerable to a buffer overflow, caused by improper bounds checking of user supplied input in a command line argument or a long line in a file. By sending an overly long command line argument of a long line in a file>, a local attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system.
No remedy available as of September 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Sun Mar 05 2006 - 14:53:43 CST: htpasswd bufferoverflow and command execution in thttpd-2.25b..
- thttpd Web site: thttpd.
- BID-16972: Acme Labs thttpd HTPasswd Multiple Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2006-1078: Multiple buffer overflows in htpasswd, as used in Acme thttpd 2.25b, and possibly other products such as Apache, might allow local users to gain privileges via (1) a long command line argument and (2) a long line in a file. NOTE: since htpasswd is normally installed as a non-setuid program, and the exploit is through command line options, perhaps this issue should not be included in CVE. However, if there are some typical or recommended configurations that use htpasswd with sudo privileges, or common products that access htpasswd remotely, then perhaps it should be included.
- OSVDB ID: 23828: thttpd htpasswd Multiple Local Overflows
- ACME thttpd 2.25b
Mar 05, 2006
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