Red Hat Directory Server and Fedora Directory Server regular expression buffer overflow
|rhds-fedora-expression-bo (42332)||High Risk|
Multiple vendors, including the Red Hat Directory Server and Fedora Directory Server, are vulnerable to a buffer overflow, caused by improper bounds checking by the regular expression handler. By sending a specially-crafted LDAP search request containing an overly long regular expression, a remote attacker from within the local network could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system or cause the server to crash.
|Access Vector:||Adjacent Network|
Refer to RHSA-2008:0269-2 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.
- Red Hat Bugzilla Bug 444712: CVE-2008-1677 Directory Server: insufficient buffer size for search patterns.
- RHSA-2008:0269-2: Critical: redhat-ds-base security update.
- BID-29126: Red Hat Directory Server LDAP Query Patterns Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2008-1677: Buffer overflow in the regular expression handler in Red Hat Directory Server 8.0 and 7.1 before SP6 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (slapd crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a crafted LDAP query that triggers the overflow during translation to a regular expression.
- RHSA-2008-0268: Critical: Red Hat Directory Server 7.1 Service Pack 6 security update
- RHSA-2008-0269: Critical: redhat-ds-base security update
- SA30181: Red Hat Directory Server Regular Expression Handler Buffer Overflow
- SA30185: Fedora Directory Server Regular Expression Handler Buffer Overflow
- SECTRACK ID: 1020001: Red Hat Directory Server Buffer Overflow in Regex Handler Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- RedHat Directory Server 7.1
- RedHat Directory Server 8
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 WS
- RedHat Fedora Directory Server 1.1
May 09, 2008
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