SaraB ciphers information disclosure
|sarab-ciphers-information-disclosure (42621)||Low Risk|
SaraB could allow a local attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by the passing of encrypted ciphers as command line arguments when creating a backup to DAR. A local attacker could exploit this vulnerability using the process list to extract the encrypted DAR files and obtain sensitive information from the vulnerable application.
Upgrade to the latest version of SaraB (0.2.4 or later), available from the SaraB Web site. See References.
- SaraB Web site: SaraB - Schedule And Rotate Automatic Backups.
- SourceForge.net: Files: SaraB, File Release Notes and Changelog, Release Name: sarab-0.2.4.
- BID-29364: SaraB DAR Encryption Ciphers Local Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2008-2517: The sarab.sh script in SaraB before 0.2.4 places the dar program's encryption key on the command line, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by listing the process.
- OSVDB ID: 45622: SaraB DAR Encryption Cipher Command Line Disclosure
- SA30394: SaraB Disclosure of DAR Encryption Ciphers
- VUPEN/ADV-2008-1659: SaraB sarab.sh Encryption Ciphers Disclosure Vulnerability
- SaraB SaraB 0.2.2
- SaraB SaraB 0.2.3
May 26, 2008
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