C5 Enterprise Vulnerability Management client pathname file overwrite
|c5emv-client-pathname-file-overwrite (26771)||Medium Risk|
C5 Enterprise Vulnerability Management (EVM) from Secure Elements could allow a remote attacker to overwrite arbitrary files on the client caused by improper validation of the pathnames in messages. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to overwrite arbitrary files on the client with root privileges.
Upgrade to the latest version of C5 Enterprise Vulnerability Management (2.8.1 or later), available from the C5 Enterprise Vulnerability Management Web site. See References.
- C5 Enterprise Vulnerability Management (C5 EVM) Web site: Secure Elements - Compliance and Vulnerability Management Overview.
- BID-18191: Secure Elements Class 5 AVR Multiple Remote Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2006-2717: Unspecified vulnerability in Secure Elements Class 5 AVR client and server (aka C5 EVM) before 2.8.1 allows authenticated attackers to overwrite arbitrary files (1) on a server during an update or (2) on a client via modified pathnames, possibly due to a directory traversal issue.
- OSVDB ID: 26130: Secure Elements Class 5 AVR Client Traversal Arbitrary File Overwrite
- OSVDB ID: 26131: Secure Elements Class 5 AVR Server Update Traversal Arbitrary File Overwrite
- SA20378: Secure Elements Class 5 AVR Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1016184: C5 Enterprise Vulnerability Management Bugs Let Remote Users Access the System, Execute Arbitrary Code, Monitor Communications, and Deny Service
- US-CERT VU#764025: Secure Elements Class 5 AVR server fails to properly validate pathnames when downloading updates
- US-CERT VU#912217: Secure Elements Class 5 AVR client fails to properly validate pathnames supplied in messages
- Secure Elements C5 Enterprise Vulnerability Management prior to 2.8.1
May 30, 2006
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