Ipswitch IMail Server and Collaboration Suite SUBSCRIBE command buffer overflow
|ipswitch-imail-subscribe-bo (35505)||High Risk|
Ipswitch IMail Server and Collaboration Suite are vulnerable to a stack-based buffer overflow. By sending a specially-crafted IMAP SUBSCRIBE command to TCP port 143, an authenticated remote attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system.
Upgrade to the latest version of Ipswitch IMail Server (2006.21 or later), available from the IPSWITCH Web site. See References.
- Ipswitch Inc. Web site: Release notes for IMail Server 2006.21 (v9.21).
- ZDI-07-043: Ipswitch IMail IMAP Daemon SUBSCRIBE Stack Overflow Vulnerability.
- BID-24962: Ipswitch IMail Server Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2007-2795: Multiple buffer overflows in Ipswitch IMail before 2006.21 allow remote attackers or authenticated users to execute arbitrary code via (1) the authentication feature in IMailsec.dll, which triggers heap corruption in the IMail Server, or (2) a long SUBSCRIBE IMAP command, which triggers a stack-based buffer overflow in the IMAP Daemon.
- CVE-2007-3927: Multiple buffer overflows in Ipswitch IMail Server 2006 before 2006.21 (1) allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors in Imailsec and (2) allow attackers to have an unknown impact via an unspecified vector related to subscribe.
- OSVDB ID: 45818: Ipswitch IMail Server Imailsec Unspecified Remote Code Execution
- OSVDB ID: 45819: Ipswitch IMail Server subscribe Function Unspecified Issue
- SA26123: Ipswitch IMail Server/Collaboration Suite Multiple Buffer Overflows
- SECTRACK ID: 1018421: IMail Server Heap Overflow in `Imailsec.dll` Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- VUPEN/ADV-2007-2574: Ipswitch IMail Server and Collaboration Suite Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
- Ipswitch IMail Server prior to 2006.21
- Ipswitch IMail Server Plus 2006
- Ipswitch IMail Server Premium 2006
Jul 18, 2007
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