VMS Monitor could allow a local attacker to gain elevated privileges
|vms-monitor-gain-privileges (7136)||High Risk|
Digital Equipment Corporation's VMS Monitor utility could allow a local attacker with authorized access to the system to gain elevated privileges.
Upgrade to the latest version of VMS (5.4-3 or later), as listed in CERT Advisory CA-1992-18. See References.
- CERT Advisory CA-1992-18: Revised VMS Monitor Vulnerability.
- BID-51: VMS Monitor Vulnerability
- CVE-1999-1395: Vulnerability in Monitor utility (SYS$SHARE:SPISHR.EXE) in VMS 5.0 through 5.4-2 allows local users to gain privileges.
- OSVDB ID: 59332: VMS Monitor Utility (SYS$SHARE:SPISHR.EXE) Local Privilege Escalation
- HP OpenVMS 5.0
- HP OpenVMS 5.0.1
- HP OpenVMS 5.0.2
- HP OpenVMS 5.1
- HP OpenVMS 5.1.1
- HP OpenVMS 5.1.2
- HP OpenVMS 5.1B
- HP OpenVMS 5.2
- HP OpenVMS 5.2.1
- HP OpenVMS 5.3
- HP OpenVMS 5.3.1
- HP OpenVMS 5.3.2
- HP OpenVMS 5.4
- HP OpenVMS 5.4.1
- HP OpenVMS 5.4.2
Nov 17, 1992
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