Oracle ANSI outer join syntax in SQL queries can be used to bypass ACLs
|oracle-ansi-sql-bypass-acl (8855)||Medium Risk|
Oracle9i Database Server could allow a remote attacker to bypass database restrictions. A remote attacker with limited database privileges could create a SQL query that uses the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) outer join syntax to gain unauthorized access to restricted data.
Apply the patch for this vulnerability, as listed in Oracle Security Alert #33. See References.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Tue Apr 16 2002 - 10:24:45 CDT: ansi outer join syntax in Oracle allows access to any data.
- CIAC Information Bulletin M-071: Oracle9i User Privileges Vulnerability.
- Oracle Security Alert #33: User Privileges Vulnerability in Oracle9i Database Server.
- BID-4523: Oracle 9i ANSI Outer Join Access Control Bypass Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0571: Oracle Oracle9i database server 9.0.1.x allows local users to access restricted data via a SQL query using ANSI outer join syntax.
- OSVDB ID: 5236: Oracle Database Server ANSI Outer Join SQL Query Information Disclosure
- Oracle Database Server 9.0
- Oracle Database Server 9.0.1
Apr 16, 2002
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