Adobe Flash Player unspecified information disclosure

flashplayer-unspecified-info-disclosure (33595) The risk level is classified as LowLow Risk

Description:

Adobe Macromedia Flash Player when used with Opera or Konqueror could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by an unspecified vulnerability. By persuading a victim to view a specially-crafted Flash Player applet, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to obtain browser keystrokes.

*CVSS:

Base Score: 1.9
  Access Vector: Remote
  Access Complexity: High
  Authentication: Not Required
  Confidentiality Impact: Partial
  Integrity Impact: None
  Availability Impact: None
 
Temporal Score: 1.4
  Exploitability: Unproven
  Remediation Level: Official-Fix
  Report Confidence: Confirmed

Consequences:

Obtain Information

Remedy:

Refer to APSB07-12 for patch, upgrade, or suggested workaround information. See References.

For Red Hat Linux (Konqueror):
Refer to RHSA-2007:0494-2 for patch, upgrade, or suggested workaround information. See References.

For Mandriva Linux (kdebase):
Refer to MDKSA-2007:138 for patch, upgrade, or suggested workaround information. See References.

For Turbo Linux (flash-player):
Refer to TLSA-2007-36 for patch, upgrade, or suggested workaround information. See References.

For Gentoo Linux (Flash Player):
Refer to GLSA 200708-01 for patch, upgrade, or suggested workaround information. See References.

For other distributions:
Apply the appropriate update for your system. See References.

References:

  • Adobe Product Security Advisory APSA07-03: Opera update available for vulnerability with Adobe Flash Player and Opera browser on Linux and Solaris.
  • Adobe Product Security Bulletin APSB07-12: Flash Player update available to address security vulnerabilities.
  • Opera Software Knowledge Base Article 858: Advisory: Opera security upgrade for Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD.
  • Sun Alert ID: 103167: Security Vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player May Allow Unauthorized System Access or Generation of HTTP Requests.
  • ASA-2007-331: kdebase security update (RHSA-2007-0494)
  • ASA-2007-530: Security Vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player May Allow Unauthorized System Access or Generation of HTTP Requests (Sun 103167)
  • BID-23437: Opera Web Browser Running Adobe Flash Player Information Disclosure Vulnerability
  • CVE-2007-2022: Adobe Macromedia Flash Player 7 and 9, when used with Opera before 9.20 or Konqueror before 20070613, allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information (browser keystrokes), which are leaked to the Flash Player applet.
  • GLSA-200708-01: Macromedia Flash Player: Remote arbitrary code execution
  • MDKSA-2007:138: Updated kdebase packages fix Flash Player interaction vulnerability
  • RHSA-2007-0494: Important: kdebase security update
  • SA24877: Opera Flash Player Plug-In Interaction Vulnerability
  • SA25662: Konqueror Flash Player Plug-in Vulnerability
  • SA26027: Adobe Flash Player Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • SECTRACK ID: 1017903: Adobe Flash Player on Opera Has a Vulnerability with Unspecified Impact
  • SUSE-SA:2007:046: flash-player security problems
  • SUSE-SR:2007:012: SUSE Security Summary Report

Platforms Affected:

  • Adobe Flash Player 7
  • FreeBSD FreeBSD
  • Gentoo Linux
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux 2007 X86_64
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux 2007
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux 2007.1 X86_64
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux 2007.1
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux 2008.0 X86_64
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 3.0
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 3.0 X86_64
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 4.0 X86_64
  • MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 4.0
  • Novell Linux Desktop 9
  • Novell OpenSUSE 10.2
  • Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP1
  • Novell UnitedLinux 1.0
  • Opera Opera Browser prior to 9.20
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 Desktop
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 AS
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 WS
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 ES
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 Desktop
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 WS
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 ES
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 AS
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.5.z ES
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.5.z AS
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 Client
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 Client Workstation
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 5
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux Desktop 5.0
  • Sun Solaris 10 x86
  • Sun Solaris 10 SPARC
  • SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8
  • SUSE SuSE Linux 9.0
  • SuSE SuSE Linux Retail Solution 8
  • Turbolinux Turbolinux FUJI
  • Turbolinux Turbolinux wizpy

Reported:

Apr 11, 2007

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