Novell iPrint ienipp.ocx ActiveX control buffer overflow
|novell-iprint-ienipp-activex-bo (61346)||High Risk|
The Novell iPrint ActiveX control (ienipp.ocx) is vulnerable to a stack-based buffer overflow. By persuading a victim to visit a specially-crafted Web page that passes a specific-length argument to the ExecuteRequest() method, a remote attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system with the privileges of the user or cause the victim's browser to crash.
Upgrade to the latest version of Novell iPrint (5.42 or later), available from the Novell Downloads Web site. See References.
- Novell Downloads Web page: iPrint Client for Windows XP/Vista/Win7 5.42.
- Offensive Security Exploit Database [09-21-2010]: Novell iPrint Client ActiveX Control 'debug' Buffer Overflow Exploit.
- TPTI-10-06: Novell iPrint Client Browser Plugin ExecuteRequest debug Parameter Remote Code Execution Vulnerability.
- CVE-2010-3106: The ienipp.ocx ActiveX control in the browser plugin in Novell iPrint Client before 5.42 does not properly validate the debug parameter, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service (stack memory corruption) via a parameter value with a crafted length, related to the ExecuteRequest method.
- OSVDB ID: 66960: Novell iPrint Client ienipp.ocx ActiveX ExecuteRequest Method Debug String Memory Corruption
- Novell Iprint 4.26
- Novell Iprint 4.27
- Novell Iprint 4.28
- Novell Iprint 4.30
- Novell Iprint 4.32
- Novell Iprint 4.34
- Novell Iprint 4.36
- Novell Iprint 4.38
- Novell Iprint 5.04
- Novell Iprint 5.12
- Novell Iprint 5.20b
- Novell Iprint 5.30
- Novell Iprint 5.32
- Novell Iprint 5.40
Aug 04, 2010
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