Sun OpenSolaris sbmadm unspecified

opensolaris-smbadm-unspecified (56521) The risk level is classified as MediumMedium Risk

Description:

An unspecified vulnerability in the default configuration of Sun OpenSolaris related to using smbadm to join a Windows Active Directory domain has an unknown impact and attack vector.

*CVSS:

Base Score: 5
  Access Vector: Network
  Access Complexity: Low
  Authentication: None
  Confidentiality Impact: None
  Integrity Impact: Partial
  Availability Impact: None
 
Temporal Score: 3.7
  Exploitability: Unproven
  Remediation Level: Official-Fix
  Report Confidence: Confirmed

Consequences:

Other

Remedy:

Refer to Sun Alert ID: 275790 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.

References:

  • Sun Alert ID: 275790: A Security Vulnerability Exists if an OpenSolaris System was Joined to a Windows Domain Using kclient(1M) or smbadm(1M).
  • CVE-2010-0558: The default configuration of Oracle OpenSolaris snv_77 through snv_131 allows attackers to have an unspecified impact via vectors related to using smbadm to join a Windows Active Directory domain.
  • OSVDB ID: 62221: OpenSolaris Default Configuration smbadm Windows Active Directory Domain Joining Unspecified Issue
  • SECTRACK ID: 1023545: OpenSolaris Flaw in kclient and smbadm When Joining a Windows Domain Has Unspecified Impact

Platforms Affected:

  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_100 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_100 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_101 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_101 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_102 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_103 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_103 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_104 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_105 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_105 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_106 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_107 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_107 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_108 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_109 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_109 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_110 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_110 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_111 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_111 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_112 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_113 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_113 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_114 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_115 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_115 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_116 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_117 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_117 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_118 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_119 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_119 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_120 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_120 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_121 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_121 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_122 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_122 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_123 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_124 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_124 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_125 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_125 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_126 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_126 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_127 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_127 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_128 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_129 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_129 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_130 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_130 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_131 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_131 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_77 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_77 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_78 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_78 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_79 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_79 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_80 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_80 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_81 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_81 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_82 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_82 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_83 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_83 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_84 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_84 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_85 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_85 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_86 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_86 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_87 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_87 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_88 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_88 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_89 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_89 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_90 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_90 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_91 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_91 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_92 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_92 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_93 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_93 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_94 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_94 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_95 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_95 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_96 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_96 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_97 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_97 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_98 x86
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_98 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_99 SPARC
  • Sun OpenSolaris build_snv_99 x86

Reported:

Jan 26, 2010

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