IPC@CHIP Telnet service allows remote attackers to brute-force passwords
|ipcchip-telnet-bruteforce-passwords (6605)||High Risk|
IPC@CHIP could allow a remote attacker to gain access to the system using a brute force attack. The Telnet service in IPC@CHIP does not log or delay bad password attempts. A remote attacker can use a brute-force attack to obtain the password and gain access to the system.
No remedy available as of April 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Thu May 24 2001 - 10:10:40 CDT: IPC@Chip Security.
- Sentry Research Labs: IPC@CHIP Security Report v0.2.
- BID-2771: Beck IPC GmbH IPC@CHIP TelnetD Login Account Brute Force Vulnerability
- CVE-2001-1339: Beck IPC GmbH IPC@CHIP telnet service does not delay or disconnect users from the service when bad passwords are entered, which makes it easier for remote attackers to conduct brute force password guessing attacks.
- OSVDB ID: 8846: BecK IPC GmbH IPC@Chip Telnet Service Brute Force Weakness
- US-CERT VU#198979: Beck GmbH IPC@Chip TelnetD vulnerable to brute-force password attack
- Beck IPC GmbH IPC@CHIP
May 21, 2001
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