Inetserv Webmail interface buffer overflow
|inetserv-webmail-bo (7022)||High Risk|
A-V Tronics Inetserv is vulnerable to a denial of service attack caused by a buffer overflow in the Webmail interface. By connecting to the Webmail interface and entering a username and password containing 140 bytes or more each, a remote attacker can overflow the buffer, and cause the server to crash or possibly execute arbitrary code on the server with elevated privileges.
Denial of Service
No remedy available as of July 6, 2008.
- A-V Tronics Web site: Welcome.
- Strumpf Noir Society Advisory Wednesday, August 22, 2001: AVTronics InetServer DoS and BoF Vulnerabilities.
- BID-3224: A-V Tronics InetServ Webmail Authentication Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2001-1294: Buffer overflow in A-V Tronics Inetserv 3.2.1 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) in the Webmail interface via a long username and password.
- OSVDB ID: 14232: A-V Tronics Inetserv Webmail Interface Username Overflow
- A-V Tronics InetServ 3.2.1 and prior
Aug 22, 2001
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