Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager Mtftp service directory traversal

hitachi-jp1server-mtftp-directory-traversal (71832) The risk level is classified as MediumMedium Risk

Description:

Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager could allow a remote attacker to traverse directories on the system. An attacker could send a specially-crafted URL request to the DeploymentManager PXE Mtftp service containing directory traversal sequences to download arbitrary files from the system.

*CVSS:

Base Score: 4.3
  Access Vector: Network
  Access Complexity: Medium
  Authentication: None
  Confidentiality Impact: None
  Integrity Impact: Partial
  Availability Impact: None
 
Temporal Score: 3.2
  Exploitability: Unproven
  Remediation Level: Official-Fix
  Report Confidence: Confirmed

Consequences:

Gain Access

Remedy:

Refer to HS11-026 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.

References:

  • Hitachi Security Vulnerability Information HS11-026: JP1/ServerConductor/Deployment Manager Directory Traversal Vulnerability. (Web site is in Japanese)
  • BID-51079: Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager Directory Traversal Vulnerability
  • CVE-2011-5217: Directory traversal vulnerability in the PXE Mtftp service in Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager before 08-55 Japanese and before 08-51 English allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via unknown vectors.
  • OSVDB ID: 77739: Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager DeploymentManager PXE Mtftp Service Traversal Arbitrary File Access
  • SA47221: Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager Directory Traversal Vulnerability

Platforms Affected:

  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-50 Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-52 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-56-/F Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-56-/F Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-00 Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-00 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-06 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-06 Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-07 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-07 Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-09-/E Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-09-/E Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-50 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-50 Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-51 Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-52 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-70 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-70 Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-80-/A Standard
  • Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-80-/A Enterprise
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 01-00
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 01-01
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 06-00
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 06-00-/A
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-50 Standard
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-50 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-55 Standard
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-55 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-57 Standard
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-57 Enterprise
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-59 Standard
  • Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-59 Enterprise

Reported:

Dec 15, 2011

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