Apple Mac OS X slapconfig tool information disclosure
|macos-slapconfig-information-disclosure (45164)||Low Risk|
Apple Mac OS X could allow a local attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by the creation of insecure temporary files by the slapconfig tool in Directory Services. A local attacker could exploit this vulnerability to save a current password to an attacker-controlled file and obtain sensitive information.
Apply Apple Security Update 2008-004 or upgrade to the latest version of Mac OS X (10.5.5 or later), available from the Apple Web site. See References.
- Apple Web site: About the security content of Mac OS X v10.5.5 and Security Update 2008-006 .
- BID-31189: Apple Mac OS X 2008-006 Multiple Security Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2008-2330: slapconfig in Directory Services in Apple Mac OS X 10.5 through 10.5.4 allows local users to select a readable output file into which the server password will be written by an OpenLDAP system administrator, related to the mkfifo function, aka an insecure file operation issue.
- OSVDB ID: 48182: Apple Mac OS X Directory Services slapconfig Server Password Local Disclosure
- SA31882: Apple Mac OS X Security Update Fixes Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1020874: Apple Directory Services Discloses Usernames and Password Information to Users
- Apple Mac OS X Server 10.4.11
- Apple Mac OS X Server 10.5
- Apple Mac OS X Server 10.5.1
- Apple Mac OS X Server 10.5.2
- Apple Mac OS X Server 10.5.3
- Apple Mac OS X Server 10.5.4
Sep 15, 2008
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