QNX RTOS SIGSERV /bin/su core dump
|qnx-rtos-su-core-dump (9256)||Medium Risk|
QNX RTOS could allow a local attacker to gain sensitive information. A local attacker could send a SIGSERV signal to the /bin/su utility to cause the program to dump a core file that could contain sensitive information.
No remedy available as of June 1, 2013.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Mon Jun 03 2002 - 11:56:21 CDT: QNX.
- QNX Software System Web site: QNX Products - RTOS.
- BID-4914: QNX RTOS su Password Hash Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-2039: /bin/su in QNX realtime operating system (RTOS) 4.25 and 6.1.0 allows local users to obtain sensitive information from core dump files by sending the SIGSERV (invalid memory reference) signal.
- OSVDB ID: 56495: QNX RTOS /bin/su SIGSERV Core Dump Local Information Disclosure
- QNX QNX Neutrino RTOS 6.1.0
- QNX QNX RTOS 4.25
Jun 03, 2002
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