Oracle8i/9i catsnmp catalog creates a default dbsnmp account
|oracle-catsnmp-default-account (9932)||Medium Risk|
A vulnerability in the catsnmp catalog in Oracle8i and Oracle9i Database Server could allow a remote attacker to gain unauthorized access. The catsnmp catalog creates a default dbsnmp account. A remote attacker with knowledge of this account could exploit this vulnerability to gain limited database privileges.
No remedy available as of September 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Mon Aug 12 2002 - 00:37:11 CDT: Vulnerability in Oracle.
- CVE-2002-0858: catsnmp in Oracle 9i and 8i is installed with a dbsnmp user with a default dbsnmp password, which allows attackers to perform restricted database operations and possibly gain other privileges.
- OSVDB ID: 9476: Oracle catsnmp Default dbsnmp Account
- Oracle Database Server 8.0
- Oracle Database Server 9.0
Aug 12, 2002
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