usbmuxd libusbmuxd.c buffer overflow
|usbmuxd-libusbmuxd-bo (72546)||High Risk|
usbmuxd is vulnerable to a heap-based buffer overflow, caused by improper bounds checking by receive_packet() function in libusbmuxd.c when processing property list. By sending a specially-crafted request containing an overly long SerialNumber field, a local attacker connected to a malicious USB device could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system or cause the application to crash.
Apply the patch for this vulnerability, available from the usbmuxd GIT Repository. See References.
- usbmuxd GIT Repository: Fix possible buffer overflow .
- usbmuxd Web Site: usbmuxd - A socket daemon to multiplex connections from and to an iPhone or iPod Touch.
- BID-51573: usbmuxd 'libusbmuxd/libusbmuxd.c' Heap Based Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2012-0065: Heap-based buffer overflow in the receive_packet function in libusbmuxd/libusbmuxd.c in usbmuxd 1.0.5 through 1.0.7 allows physically proximate attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long SerialNumber field in a property list.
- OSVDB ID: 78358: usbmuxd libusbmuxd/libusbmuxd.c receive_packet() Function SerialNumber Field Local Overflow
- SA47545: usbmuxd "receive_packet()" Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- Nikias Bassen usbmuxd 1.0.5
- Nikias Bassen usbmuxd 1.0.6
- Nikias Bassen usbmuxd 1.0.7
Jan 12, 2012
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