Multiple G DATA products GDTdiIcpt.sys privilege escalation
|gdata-gdtdiicpt-privilege-escalation (45249)||High Risk|
Multiple G DATA products could allow a local attacker to gain elevated privileges on the system, caused by improper validation of requests by the GDTdiIcpt.sys kernel driver. By sending a specially-crafted IOCTL request, a local attacker could exploit this vulnerability to corrupt memory and execute arbitrary code on the system with kernel level privileges or cause a kernel panic.
Upgrade to G DATA AntiVirus 2009, InternetSecurity 2009 or TotalCare 2009, available from the G DATA Web site. See References.
- G DATA Web site: G DATA Software AG.
- TKADV2008-008: G DATA AntiVirus/InternetSecurity/TotalCare 2008 GDTdiIcpt.sys Memory Corruption Vulnerability.
- BID-31246: G DATA InternetSecurity/AntiVirus/TotalCare 2008 'GDTdiIcpt.sys' Memory Corruption Vulnerability
- CVE-2008-6000: The GDTdiIcpt.sys driver in G DATA AntiVirus 2008, InternetSecurity 2008, and TotalCare 2008 populates kernel registers with IOCTL 0x8317001c input values, which allows local users to cause a denial of service (system crash) or gain privileges via a crafted IOCTL request, as demonstrated by execution of the KeSetEvent function with modified register contents.
- OSVDB ID: 48257: G DATA Multiple Products GDTdiIcpt.sys Crafted IOCTL Request Handling Local Privilege Escalation
- SA31941: G DATA Products GDTdiIcpt.sys Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
- G DATA Software AG G DATA AntiVirus 2008
- G DATA Software AG G DATA Internet Security 2008
- G DATA Software AG G DATA TotalCare 2008
Sep 17, 2008
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