IBM Integrated Management Module IPMI weak passwords
|imm-cve20134037-ipmi-weak (86173)||Medium Risk|
The Integrated Management Module (IMM) and Integrated Management Module II (IMM2) used by multiple IBM servers have multiple errors in the RAKP protocol, which is specified by the IPMI standard for authentication. Although the IMMs do not allow the use of null passwords, an attacker could reverse engineer the RAKP transactions to determine a password. The authentication process for IPMI requires the management controller to send a hash of the requested user's password to the client, prior to the client authenticating. This process is a key part of the IPMI specification. The password hash can broken using an offline brute force or dictionary attack.
Refer to IBM Security Bulletin MIGR-5093463 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.
- IBM Security Bulletin MIGR-5093463: Risks of Using the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) on the Integrated Management Module (IMM) and Integrated Management Module II (IMM2) (CVE-2013-4038,CVE-2013-4037, CVE-2013-4031).
- BID-61884: Intelligent Platform Management Interface CVE-2013-4037 Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
- CVE-2013-4037: The RAKP protocol support in the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) implementation in Integrated Management Module (IMM) and Integrated Management Module II (IMM2) on IBM BladeCenter, Flex System, System x iDataPlex, and System x3### servers sends a password hash to the client, which makes it easier for remote attackers to obtain access via a brute-force attack.
- IBM BladeCenter HS22
- IBM BladeCenter HS22V
- IBM BladeCenter HS23
- IBM BladeCenter HS23E
- IBM BladeCenter HX5
- IBM Flex System x220 Compute Node
- IBM Flex System x240 Compute Node
- IBM Flex System x440 Compute Node
- IBM IMM
- IBM IMM2
- IBM System x iDataPlex dx360 M2 server
- IBM System x iDataPlex dx360 M3
- IBM System x iDataPlex dx360 M4
- IBM System x3100 M4
- IBM System x3200 M3
- IBM System x3250 M3
- IBM System x3250 M4
- IBM System x3400 M2
- IBM System x3400 M3
- IBM System x3500 M2
- IBM System x3500 M3
- IBM System x3500 M4
- IBM System x3530 M4
- IBM System x3550 M2
- IBM System x3550 M3
- IBM System x3550 M4
- IBM System x3620 M3
- IBM System x3630 M3
- IBM System x3630 M4
- IBM System x3650 M2
- IBM System x3650 M3
- IBM System x3650 M4
- IBM System x3690 X5
- IBM System x3750 M4
- IBM System x3850 X5
- IBM System x3950 X5
Aug 06, 2013
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