AXIGEN Mail Server AXIMilter module format string
|axigen-aximilter-format-string (39803)||High Risk|
AXIGEN Mail Server could allow a remote attacker from within the local network to execute arbitrary code on the system, caused by a format string vulnerability in the AXIMilter module during the parsing of mail data. By sending specially-crafted data containing format specifiers to a specific TCP port, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability and possibly execute arbitrary code on the vulnerable system and cause a denial of service.
|Access Vector:||Adjacent Network|
Upgrade to the latest version of AXIGEN Mail Server (5.0.2 build 2 or later), available from the AXIGEN Web site. See References.
- AXIGEN Web site: Downloads.
- SecurityFocus Web site: AXIGEN 5.0.x AXIMilter Format String Exploit.
- BID-27363: Axigen AXIMilter Filtering Module Remote Format String Vulnerability
- CVE-2008-0434: Format string vulnerability in the AXIMilter module in AXIGEN Mail Server 5.0.2 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via format string specifiers in the CNHO command.
- OSVDB ID: 40486: AXIGEN Mail Server AXIMilter CNHO Command Remote Format String
- SA28562: AXIGEN Mail Server AXIMilter Format String Vulnerability
- VUPEN/ADV-2008-0237: AXIGEN Mail Server AXIMilter Filtering Module Format String Vulnerability
- Gecad Technologies AXIGEN Mail Server 5.0.2
Jan 20, 2008
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