IBM WebSphere MQ queue manager privilege escalation
|websphere-mq-privilege-escalation (48529)||Medium Risk|
The WebSphere MQ queue manager could allow a local attacker to gain elevated MQ privileges on the system, caused by a vulnerability in the setmqaut, dmpmqaut, and dspmqaut authorization commands. This vulnerability can only be exploited with the ability to log in to a user account on the machine hosting the WebSphere MQ queue manager. This level of log in access is expected to be tightly controlled in a production environment.IBM3
Note: Only those versions of WebSphere MQ running on UNIX operating systems are vulnerable to this issue.
For WebSphere MQ 6.0:
Apply the latest Fix Pack (184.108.40.206 or later) or APAR IZ40824. See References.
For WebSphere MQ 7.0:
Apply the latest Fix Pack (220.127.116.11 or later) or APAR IZ40824. See References.
- IBM Support & downloads: Recommended Fixes for WebSphere MQ.
- IBM Web site: WebSphere MQ.
- BID-33857: IBM WebSphere MQ Queue Manager Multiple Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2009-0439: Unspecified vulnerability in the queue manager in IBM WebSphere MQ (WMQ) 5.3, 6.0 before 18.104.22.168, and 7.0 before 22.214.171.124 allows local users to gain privileges via vectors related to the (1) setmqaut, (2) dmpmqaut, and (3) dspmqaut authorization commands.
- OSVDB ID: 52297: IBM WebSphere MQ (WMQ) Queue Manager Multiple Authorization Command Local Privilege Escalation
- SA34034: IBM WebSphere MQ Queue Manager Privilege Escalation
- IBM WebSphere MQ 5.3
- IBM WebSphere MQ 6.0
- IBM WebSphere MQ 7.0
Feb 23, 2009
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