IBM Lotus Domino IMAP server buffer overflow

domino-imap-bo (37365) The risk level is classified as HighHigh Risk

Description:

IBM Lotus Domino is vulnerable to a buffer overflow. If the Domino server is configured for IMAP, a remote authenticated attacker could establish a connection between the IMAP server and TCP port 143 to overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system or cause the server to crash.

*CVSS:

Base Score: 7.1
  Access Vector: Network
  Access Complexity: High
  Authentication: Single
  Confidentiality Impact: Complete
  Integrity Impact: Complete
  Availability Impact: Complete
 
Temporal Score: 5.9
  Exploitability: Functional
  Remediation Level: Official-Fix
  Report Confidence: Confirmed

Consequences:

Gain Access

Remedy:

Refer to IBM Technote (FAQ) 1270623 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.

References:

  • IBM Technote (FAQ) 1270623: Lotus Domino IMAP buffer overflow vulnerability.
  • iDefense PUBLIC ADVISORY: 10.23.07: IBM Lotus Domino IMAP Buffer Overflow Vulnerability.
  • BID-26176: IBM Lotus Domino Information Disclosure Vulnerabilities and Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
  • BID-26219: IBM Lotus Domino IMAP4 LSUB Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
  • CVE-2007-3510: Buffer overflow in the IMAP service in IBM Lotus Domino before 6.5.6 FP2, and 7.x before 7.0.3, allows remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary code via a long mailbox name.
  • OSVDB ID: 40953: IBM Lotus Domino IMAP Service Mailbox Name Overflow
  • SA27321: IBM Lotus Domino Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • SECTRACK ID: 1018854: IBM Lotus Domino Server Buffer Overflow in IMAP Service Lets Remote Authenticated Users Execute Arbitrary Code

Platforms Affected:

  • IBM Lotus Domino 6.5
  • IBM Lotus Domino 7.0

Reported:

Oct 23, 2007

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