IBM DB2 unauthorized table access
|db2-cve20134033-priv-esc (86093)||Medium Risk|
A vulnerability in IBM DB2 could allow an authenticated remote attacker to temporarily gain SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE privileges on a table. To exploit the vulnerability, the attacker would need to have a valid security credential to connect to the database and EXPLAIN, SQLADM or DBADM authority. Under unspecified conditions, a user with the above authorities will be able to execute a DML statement such as SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE on a table that they do not have DATAACCESS authority for. Only DML statements are vulnerable.
Refer to the appropriate IBM Security Bulletin for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.
- IBM Security Bulletin 1646809: Unauthorized Access to Table Vulnerability in DB2 (CVE-2013-4033).
- IBM Security Bulletin 1649473: IBM InfoSphere Balanced Warehouse C3000, C4000, and D5100 and IBM Smart Analytics System 1050, 2050, 5600, 5710, 7600, 7700 and 7710 are affected by an unauthorized access to table vulnerability in IBM DB2 (CVE-2013-4033).
- BID-62018: IBM DB2 and DB2 Connect CVE-2013-4033 Multiple Unauthorized Access Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2013-4033: IBM DB2 and DB2 Connect 9.7 through FP8, 9.8 through FP5, 10.1 through FP2, and 10.5 through FP1 allow remote authenticated users to execute DML statements by leveraging EXPLAIN authority.
- SA55580: IBM Smart Analytics System Series DB2 Unspecified Security Bypass Vulnerability
- SA55600: IBM InfoSphere Balanced Warehouse Series DB2 Unspecified Security Bypass Vulnerability
- IBM DB2 10.1
- IBM DB2 10.5 Advanced Enterprise Server
- IBM DB2 10.5 Enterprise Server
- IBM DB2 9.7
- IBM DB2 9.8
Aug 22, 2013
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