Novell iManager class buffer overflow
|imanager-class-bo (59694)||High Risk|
Novell iManager is vulnerable to a stack-based buffer overflow, caused by improper bounds checking when creating a new schema class. By sending a specially crafted HTTP request containing overly long class names to /nps/servlet/webacc/, a remote authenticated attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system with SYSTEM privileges or cause the application to crash.
Upgrade to the latest version of iManager (2.7.3 FTF4 or 2.7.4 or later), available from the Novell Web site. See References.
For other distributions:
Apply the appropriate update for your system. See References.
- CORE-2010-0316: Novell iManager Multiple Vulnerabilities.
- Novell Document ID 3426981: History of Issues Resolved in eDirectory 8.8.x.
- Novell Web site: Novell iManager.
- BID-40480: Novell iManager Schema Create Class Stack Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2010-1929: Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in the jclient._Java_novell_jclient_JClient_defineClass@20 function in jclient.dll in the Tomcat web server in Novell iManager 2.7, 2.7.3, and 2.7.3 FTF2 allow remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary code via the (1) EnteredClassID or (2) NewClassName parameter to nps/servlet/webacc.
- OSVDB ID: 65737: Novell iManager /nps/servlet/webacc/ Multiple Parameter Overflow
- SA40281: Novell iManager Two Vulnerabilities
- SA48407: Novell eDirectory Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1024152: Novell iManager Bugs Let Remote Users Deny Service and Remote Authenticated Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- VUPEN/ADV-2010-1575: Novell iManager Buffer Overflow and Denial of Service Vulnerabilities
- Novell eDirectory 8.0
- Novell eDirectory 8.8
- Novell iManager 2.7
- Novell iManager 2.7.3
- Novell iManager 2.7.3 FTF2
Jun 23, 2010
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