SteelArrow long .aro request buffer overflow
|steelarrow-long-aro-bo (9889)||High Risk|
SteelArrow is vulnerable to a buffer overflow caused by improper bounds checking of .aro file names. By requesting an overly long .aro file, a remote attacker could overflow a buffer and execute code on the system with privileges of the IWAM account.
Contact Tomahawk Technologies, Inc. for upgrade or patch information. See References.
- NGSSoftware Insight Security Research Advisory #NISR19082002B: Multiple Remote Buffer Overruns TOMAHAWKS' STEELARROW.
- SteelArrow Web site: SteelArrow.
- BID-4860: Tomahawk Technologies SteelArrow Web Application Server Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
- BID-5494: Tomahawk Technologies SteelArrow Cookie HTTP Header Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- BID-5495: Tomahawk Technologies SteelArrow ARO File Request Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- BID-5496: Tomahawk Technologies SteelArrow Chunked Transfer Encoding Heap Overflow Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-1441: Multiple buffer overflows in Tomahawk SteelArrow before 4.5 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via (1) the Steelarrow Service (Steelarrow.exe) using a long UserIdent Cookie header, (2) DLLHOST.EXE (Steelarrow.dll) via a request for a long .aro file, or (3) DLLHOST.EXE via a Chunked Transfer-Encoding request.
- Tomahawk Technologies SteelArrow 4.1
Aug 19, 2002
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