SurgeMail IMAP SEARCH buffer overflow
|surgemail-imap-search-bo (36009)||High Risk|
SurgeMail is vulnerable to a stack-based buffer overflow in the IMAP service. By sending an overly long SEARCH command, a remote authenticated attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system with SYSTEM privileges.
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- Full-Disclosure Mailing List, Tue Aug 14 2007 - 09:22:58 CDT: Stop WabiSabiLabi Hacker Oppression NOW (Surgemail 38k 0day IMAP vulnerability) .
- SurgeMail Web site: SurgeMail Mail Server - Unix / Windows email server, SMTP, IMAP, POP, SSL.
- WabiSabiLabi ZD-00000078: Surgemail 38k Remote Vulnerability.
- BID-25318: SurgeMail IMAP SEARCH Command Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2007-4372: Unspecified vulnerability in NetWin SurgeMail 38k on Windows Server 2003 has unknown impact and remote attack vectors. NOTE: this information is based upon a vague advisory by a vulnerability information sales organization that does not coordinate with vendors or release actionable advisories. A CVE has been assigned for tracking purposes, but duplicates with other CVEs are difficult to determine.
- CVE-2007-4377: Stack-based buffer overflow in the IMAP service in SurgeMail 38k allows remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary code via a long argument to the SEARCH command. NOTE: this might overlap CVE-2007-4372.
- OSVDB ID: 37917: SurgeMail IMAP Service SEARCH Command Remote Overflow
- OSVDB ID: 46400: SurgeMail on Windows Unspecified Remote Issue (ZD-00000078)
- SA26464: SurgeMail "SEARCH" Command Buffer Overflow
- VUPEN/ADV-2007-2875: SurgeMail SEARCH Command Processing Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- NetWin SurgeMail 38k
Aug 14, 2007
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