DataRescue Inc. IDA Pro Remote Debugger Server processor_request() function code execution
|idapro-processorrequest-code-execution (33190)||High Risk|
DataRescue Inc.'s IDA Pro Remote Debugger Server could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on a system, caused by a password bypass vulnerability in the processor_request() function when handling the initial packet exchange and future requests. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to bypass authentication and execute arbitrary code on the system with the privileges of the victim.
Note: The debugger server must be executed manually and can handle only one debugger session at a time.
Apply the patch for this vulnerability (ida_remdeb_fix_22032007), available from the DataRescue Web site. See References.
- DataRescue IDA Pro Bulletin Board Web page: The IDA Pro Disassembler and Debugger.
- DataRescue Web site: ida_remdeb_fix_22032007.zip.
- iDefense Labs PUBLIC ADVISORY: 03.23.07: DataRescue IDA Pro Remote Debugger Server Authentication Bypass Vulnerability.
- BID-23114: DataRescue IDA Pro Processor_Request Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
- CVE-2007-1666: The processor_request function in the debugger server for DataRescue IDA Pro 5.0 and 5.1 does not verify that authentication has taken place before invoking the perform_request function, which allows remote attackers to perform unauthorized actions.
- OSVDB ID: 33523: IDA Pro Remote Debugger Server Authentication Bypass
- SA24635: IDA Pro Remote Debugger Server Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
- SECTRACK ID: 1017815: IDA Pro Authentication Bypass Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- IDA Pro Disassembler DataRescue IDA Pro 5.0
- IDA Pro Disassembler DataRescue IDA Pro 5.1
Mar 23, 2007
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