Trend Micro ServerProtect EarthAgent.exe buffer overflow
|serverprotect-earthagent-bo (34163)||High Risk|
Trend Micro ServerProtect is vulnerable to a stack-based buffer overflow, caused by improper bounds checking by the RPCFN_EVENTBACK_Online() function in the EarthAgent.exe daemon. By sending a specially-crafted RPC request to TCP port 3628, a remote attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system with elevated privileges.
Apply the patch for this vulnerability (ServerProtect 5.58 for Windows Security Patch 3 - Build 1176), available from the Trend Micro Web site. See References.
- Trend Micro Web site: Product Updates.
- ZDI-07-024: Trend Micro ServerProtect EarthAgent Stack Overflow Vulnerability.
- BID-23866: Trend Micro ServerProtect EarthAgent.EXE Remote Stack Based Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- BID-23868: Trend Micro ServerProtect SpntSvc.EXE Remote Stack Based Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2007-2508: Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in Trend Micro ServerProtect 5.58 before Security Patch 2 Build 1174 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via crafted data to (1) TCP port 5168, which triggers an overflow in the CAgRpcClient::CreateBinding function in the AgRpcCln.dll library in SpntSvc.exe; or (2) TCP port 3628, which triggers an overflow in EarthAgent.exe. NOTE: both issues are reachable via TmRpcSrv.dll.
- OSVDB ID: 35789: Trend Micro ServerProtect EarthAgent.exe RPC Request Remote Overflow
- OSVDB ID: 35790: Trend Micro ServerProtect SpntSvc.exe Service AgRpcCln.dll CAgRpcClient::CreateBinding() Function Remote Overflow
- SA25186: Trend Micro ServerProtect Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1018010: Trend Micro ServerProtect Buffer Overflows in EarthAgent and SpntSvc Daemons Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- US-CERT VU#488424: Trend Micro ServerProtect SpntSvc buffer overflow vulnerability
- US-CERT VU#515616: Trend Micro ServerProtect EarthAgent buffer overflow vulnerability
- Trend Micro ServerProtect for Windows 5.58
May 07, 2007
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