TrouSerS tcsd denial of service
|trousers-tcsd-dos (80226)||Medium Risk|
TrouSerS are vulnerable to a denial of service, caused by an error in tcsd. By sending a specially-crafted packet to TCP port 30003 containing a malicious type_offset value, an attacker could exploit this vulnerability to cause the daemon to crash.
Denial of Service
Upgrade to the latest version of TrouSerS (0.3.10 or later), available from the TrouSerS Web site. See References.
For other distributions:
Apply the appropriate update for your system. See References.
- Offensive Security Exploit Database [11-23-2012]: TrouSerS Denial Of Service Vulnerability.
- Oracle Security Blog, Nov 20, 2012: CVE-2012-0698 Denial of Service (DoS) vulnerability in tcsd.
- Packetstorm Security Website: TrouSerS Denial Of Service.
- TrouSerS Web site: TrouSerS.
- BID-55459: TrouSerS CVE-2012-0698 Denial Of Service Vulnerability
- CVE-2012-0698: tcsd in TrouSerS before 0.3.10 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via a crafted type_offset value in a TCP packet to port 30003.
- DSA-2576: trousers -- denial of service
- SA51805: Oracle Solaris tcsd Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Debian Trousers 0.2.8
- Debian Trousers 0.2.9
- Debian Trousers 0.2.9.1
- Debian Trousers 0.2.9.2
- Debian Trousers 0.3.0
- Debian Trousers 0.3.1
- Debian Trousers 0.3.2
- Debian Trousers 0.3.3
- Debian Trousers 0.3.4
- Debian Trousers 0.3.5
- Debian Trousers 0.3.6
- Debian Trousers 0.3.7
- Debian Trousers 0.3.8
- Debian Trousers 0.3.9
- Oracle Solaris 11
Nov 23, 2012
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