AnalogX Proxy long Socks4a request buffer overflow
|analogx-proxy-socks4a-bo (9456)||High Risk|
AnalogX Proxy is vulnerable to a buffer overflow caused by improper handling of malformed Socks4a requests. By sending a Socks4a proxy request with an overly long hostname to TCP port 1080, a remote attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system with privileges of the Proxy daemon or cause the server to crash.
No remedy available as of July 1, 2014.
- AnalogX Web site: Network Downloads: Proxy /// AnalogX.
- Foundstone Labs Security Advisory FS-070102-23-AXPR: Buffer Overflow in AnalogX Proxy.
- Nessus plugin ID : 11126: SOCKS4A hostname overflow.
- BID-5138: AnalogX Proxy Socks4A Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- BID-5139: AnalogX Proxy Web Proxy Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-1001: Buffer overflows in AnalogX Proxy before 4.12 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service and possibly execute arbitrary code via (1) a long HTTP request to TCP port 6588 or (2) a SOCKS 4A request to TCP port 1080 with a long DNS hostname.
- AnalogX Proxy 4.0
- AnalogX Proxy 4.0.1
- AnalogX Proxy 4.0.2
- AnalogX Proxy 4.0.3
- AnalogX Proxy 4.0.4
- AnalogX Proxy 4.0.5
- AnalogX Proxy 4.0.6
- AnalogX Proxy 4.0.7
Jul 01, 2002
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