EMC AutoStart Backbone Engine code execution
|autostart-backbone-code-execution (48197)||High Risk|
EMC AutoStart could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system, caused by improper validation by the Backbone Engine (ftbackbone.exe) when processing DWORD values. By sending a specially-crafted packet to TCP Port 8042, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code on the system with SYSTEM level privileges.
Upgrade to the latest version of EMC AutoStart (5.3 SP2 or later), available from the EMC Web site. See References.
- EMC Web site: EMC AutoStart - Automatic failover, High availability.
- ZDI-09-009: EMC AutoStart Backbone Engine Trusted Pointer Code Execution Vulnerability.
- BID-33415: EMC AutoStart 'ftbackbone.exe' Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
- CVE-2009-0311: The Backbone service (ftbackbone.exe) in EMC AutoStart before 5.3 SP2 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a packet with a crafted value that is dereferenced as a function pointer.
- OSVDB ID: 51566: EMC AutoStart Backbone Engine (ftbackbone.exe) Arbitrary Code Execution
- SA33667: EMC AutoStart Backbone Engine Code Execution Vulnerability
- SECTRACK ID: 1021636: EMC AutoStart Backbone Service Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- EMC AutoStart 5.3
- EMC AutoStart 5.3 SP1
Jan 23, 2009
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