HP PML Driver HPZ12 SERVICE_CHANGE_CONFIG privilege escalation
|pml-driver-config-privilege-escalation (31361)||High Risk|
Hewlett-Packard PML Driver HPZ12 could allow a local attacker to gain elevated privileges, caused by insecure permissions on the SERVICE_CHANGE_CONFIG command. A local attacker could create a specially-crafted file to gain SYSTEM privileges on the vulnerable system.
Apply the fix for this vulnerability (HP 500064-HPCOM-PML-V7.exe), available from the HP Web site (See References).
- BugTraq Mailing List, Mon Jan 08 2007 - 02:44:52 CST : HP Multiple Products PML Driver Local Privilege Escalation.
- HP: HP United States - Computers, Laptops, Servers, Printers & more.
- BID-21935: HP Multiple Products PML Driver HPZ12 Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
- CVE-2007-0161: The PML Driver HPZ12 (HPZipm12.exe) in the HP all-in-one drivers, as used by multiple HP products, uses insecure SERVICE_CHANGE_CONFIG DACL permissions, which allows local users to gain privileges and execute arbitrary programs, as demonstrated by modifying the binpath argument, a related issue to CVE-2006-0023.
- OSVDB ID: 32654: HP PML Driver HPZ12 Path Subversion Local Privilege Escalation
- SA23663: HP PML Driver HPZ12 Windows Privilege Escalation Security Issue
- VUPEN/ADV-2007-0094: HP PML Driver HPZ12 Insecure Windows ACLs Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
- HP Color LaserJet 4650
- HP OfficeJet 4100
- HP OfficeJet 5100
- HP OfficeJet 5500
- HP OfficeJet 6100
- HP OfficeJet 7100
- HP OfficeJet D
- HP OfficeJet G
- HP OfficeJet K
- HP PML driver HPZ12
- HP PSC 1100
- HP PSC 1200
- HP PSC 1300
- HP PSC 2100
- HP PSC 2200
- HP PSC 2400 Photosmart All-In-One
- HP PSC 2500 Photosmart All-In-One
- HP PSC 700
- HP PSC 900
Jan 08, 2007
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