reSIProcate DnsStub.cxx SIP INVITE or OPTIONS message denial of service
|resiprocate-dnsstub-dos (43770)||Medium Risk|
reSIProcate is vulnerable to a denial of service, caused by an error in DnsStub.cxx when handling domain names. By sending an INVITE or OPTIONS message containing an overly long domain name in the request line URI, a remote attacker could cause the affected application to crash.
Denial of Service
Upgrade to the latest version of reSIProcate (1.3.3 or later), available from the ReSIProcate Web site. See References.
- ReSIProcate Web site: Release Notes v 1.3.3.
- [MU-200807-01] July 10, 2008: Remote DoS in reSIProcate.
- BID-30194: ReSIProcate INVITE and OPTIONS Messages DNS Resolver Remote Denial of Service Vulnerability
- CVE-2008-3210: rutil/dns/DnsStub.cxx in ReSIProcate 1.3.2, as used by repro, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via a SIP (1) INVITE or (2) OPTIONS message with a long domain name in a request URI, which triggers an assert error.
- OSVDB ID: 47279: reSIProcate rutil/dns/DnsStub.cxx SIP Message Long Domain Name Handling DoS
- SA31058: reSIProcate Long Domain Name Denial of Service
- reSIProcate reSIProcate 1.3.2
Jul 10, 2008
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