Blackmoon FTP Server Port command buffer overflow

blackmoon-port-bo (64696) The risk level is classified as HighHigh Risk

Description:

Blackmoon FTP Server is vulnerable to a buffer overflow, caused by improper bounds checking. By sending an overly long Port command, a remote attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system with elevated privileges or cause the application to crash.

*CVSS:

Base Score: 6.8
  Access Vector: Network
  Access Complexity: Medium
  Authentication: None
  Confidentiality Impact: Partial
  Integrity Impact: Partial
  Availability Impact: Partial
 
Temporal Score: 5.3
  Exploitability: Proof-of-Concept
  Remediation Level: Official-Fix
  Report Confidence: Confirmed

Consequences:

Gain Access

Remedy:

Upgrade to the latest version of BlackMoon FTP Server 3.1.8.1737, available from the BlackMoon Web site. See References.

References:

  • Blackmoon FTP Server Web Server: Blackmoon FTP Server.
  • Offensive Security Exploit Database [01-13-2011]: Blackmoon FTP 3.1 Build 1735,1736 DOS.
  • BID-45814: Blackmoon FTP 'Port' Command Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
  • CVE-2011-0507: FTPService.exe in Blackmoon FTP 3.1 Build 1735 and Build 1736 (3.1.7.1736), and possibly other versions before 3.1.8.1737, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via a large number of PORT commands with long arguments, which triggers a NULL pointer dereference. NOTE: some of these details are obtained from third party information.
  • OSVDB ID: 70452: BlackMoon FTP Server PORT Command NULL Dereference Remote DoS
  • SA42933: BlackMoon FTP Server PORT Command Processing Denial of Service

Platforms Affected:

  • Blackmoon FTP Server 3.1 Release 6

Reported:

Jan 13, 2010

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