OpenSSH wildcard security bypass
|openssh-cve20142532-sec-bypass (91986)||Medium Risk|
OpenSSH could allow a remote attacker to bypass security restrictions, caused by the inclusion of wildcard characters in the AcceptEnv lines of the sshd_config configuration file within the sshd program. By using a substring before a wildcard character, an attacker could exploit this vulnerability to bypass intended environment restrictions.
Upgrade to the latest version of OpenSSH (6.6 or later), available from the OpenSSH Web site. See References.
- IBM Security Bulletin 1021316: Vulnerabilities in Open Secure Shell for GPFS V3.5 on Windows (CVE-2014-2653, CVE-2014-2532).
- OpenSSH Web Site: Changes since OpenSSH 6.6.
- BID-66355: OpenSSH 'child_set_env()' Function Security Bypass Vulnerability
- CVE-2014-2532: sshd in OpenSSH before 6.6 does not properly support wildcards on AcceptEnv lines in sshd_config, which allows remote attackers to bypass intended environment restrictions by using a substring located before a wildcard character.
- RHSA-2014-1552: Moderate: openssh security, bug fix, and enhancement update
- SA57488: OpenSSH "child_set_env()" Security Bypass Security Issue
- IBM General Parallel File System 3.5.0
- OpenBSD OpenSSH 6.5
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 6 Server
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 6 Workstation
- RedHat Enterprise Linux Desktop 6
- RedHat Enterprise Linux HPC Node 6
Mar 21, 2014
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