Novell NetMail AntiVirus agent buffer overflow
|netmail-antivirus-bo (38909)||High Risk|
Novell NetMail is vulnerable to a heap-based buffer overflow, caused by an integer overflow in the AntiVirus agent. By using the avirus.exe service protocol to add integer value to a memory allocation routine prior to an integer overflow check, a remote attacker could overflow a buffer and exploit this vulnerability to corrupt memory and execute arbitrary code on the victim's system.
Apply the patch for this vulnerability (3.52f), available from the Novell Web site. See References.
- Novell Security Alert Document ID: 3639135: Potential Security Vulnerability in NetMail 3.5.2.
- Novell Web site: M+Netmail Updates, Patches, Installation & Configuration Assistance.
- ZDI-07-072: Novell NetMail AntiVirus Agent Multiple Heap Overflow Vulnerabilities.
- BID-26753: Novell NetMail and M+NetMail Antivirus Agent Multiple Heap Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2007-6302: Multiple heap-based buffer overflows in avirus.exe in Novell NetMail 3.5.2 before Messaging Architects M+NetMail 3.52f (aka 3.5.2F) allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified ASCII integers used as memory allocation arguments, aka ZDI-CAN-162.
- OSVDB ID: 40869: Novell NetMail AntiVirus Agent (avirus.exe) Unspecified ASCII Iinteger Handling Remote Overflow
- SA27974: Novell NetMail AntiVirus Agent Integer Overflow Vulnerability
- SECTRACK ID: 1019063: Novell NetMail Buffer Overflows Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- VUPEN/ADV-2007-4112: Novell NetMail Unspecified Data Processing Code Execution Vulnerability
- Novell NetMail 3.5.2a
- Novell NetMail 3.5.2b
- Novell NetMail 3.5.2c
- Novell NetMail 3.5.2c1
- Novell NetMail 3.5.2d
- Novell NetMail 3.5.2e_FTF1
- Novell NetMail 3.52
Dec 06, 2007
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