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Core Security Technologies Advisory 2003.0307
Posted Apr 18, 2003
Authored by Core Security Technologies | Site corest.com

CORE Security Advisory CORE-2003-0307 - A remotely exploitable heap overflow vulnerability has been found in the Snort stream4 preprocessor module which allows remote code execution if a snort sensor picks up an exploit packet. Vulnerable versions include Snort 2.0 versions prior to RC1, Snort 1.9.x, 1.8.x, and IDS's with snort embedded. Includes information on exploitation using hping.

tags | remote, overflow, code execution
MD5 | 84ff439f20b8d13083504cda7482ea00
CORE-20021005.txt
Posted Dec 25, 2002
Authored by Core Security Technologies | Site corest.com

CORE Security Advisory CORE-20020528 - Remotely exploitable Buffer overflows and Authentication bypass bugs were found on the Linksys BEFW11S4 Wireless router and other devices. Tested against Linksys BEFW11S4, BEFSR41, BEFSR11, BEFSRU31, BEFSR81, BEFN2PS4, and BEFVP41. Includes exploit information.

tags | overflow
MD5 | 0151719715f85e3974887d759970965a
CORE-20020528.txt
Posted Jul 12, 2002
Authored by Core Security Technologies | Site corest.com

CORE Security Advisory CORE-20020528 - CORE SDI found two serious remote vulnerabilities in systems running CDE ToolTalk (rpc.ttdbserverd). The first vulnerability allows remote attackers to delete arbitrary files, cause a denial of service, or possibly execute arbitrary code or commands. The second vulnerability allows local attackers to overwrite arbitrary files with contents of the attacker's choice.

tags | remote, denial of service, arbitrary, local, vulnerability
MD5 | aaca4651bc4902e8a14b2df51253fec3
core.20011128.wu-ftpd
Posted Nov 29, 2001
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site corest.com

CORE Security Advisory CORE-20011001 - Another globbing problem has been discovered in Wu-FTPD, allowing a remote user to execute arbitrary code. Affected versions include: all Wu-FTPD versions through 2.6.1, Wu-FTPD 2.7.0 snapshots, and FTP server programs derived from Wu-FTPD.

tags | remote, arbitrary
MD5 | d0f4c6846c096023d4dcbe87ec12b8ac
ssh1_deattack.txt
Posted Feb 9, 2001
Site core-sdi.com

ORE SDI Security Advisory CORE-20010207 - SSH1 CRC-32 compensation attack detector vulnerability. In 1998 a design flaw was fixed in SSH1 which allowed an attacker to inject malicious packets into an SSH session. In fixing this bug, a new vulnerability in deattack.c was created which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the server. OpenSSH prior to v2.3.0 is vulnerable, as are ssh.com's ssh-1.2.24 through 1.2.31, and F-Secure SSH-1.3.x.

tags | remote, arbitrary
MD5 | c3baa3143060b9945bf147c47feee52b
ssh1_sessionkey_recovery.txt
Posted Feb 9, 2001
Site core-sdi.com

CORE SDI Security Advisory CORE-20010116 - SSH protocol 1.5 session key recovery vulnerability. An attacker who obtains all the encrypted packets of a session can obtain the session key and decrypt the stored session, or even alter it if it is still active. Some SSH2 servers which fall back to SSH1 are also vulnerable. OpenSSH and SSH2 from ssh.com is not vulnerable.

tags | protocol
MD5 | 8b5cc310d8a7ed91ade9a18b1c43b308
core-sdi.realserver
Posted Nov 17, 2000
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site core-sdi.com

Core-SDI Advisory CORE-20001116 - A memory contents disclosure vulnerability was found on RealNetworks RealServer which will give out information about the server configuration, runtime memory data and tokens and authentication credentials. This information allows an external attacker to possibly obtain administrative access to the server or to data belonging to other user sessions. Fix available here.

MD5 | a6bd97b1edf9644d0bc712d42721b1f7
core-sdi.iPlanet
Posted Oct 31, 2000
Site core-sdi.com

Core SDI Advisory CORE-20001026 - Netscape iPlanet webserver contains a directory traversal vulnerability and the administrator password is stores in clear text.

MD5 | cd68943a7ebd97c0fd13cb14a08887be
core-sdi.mysql
Posted Oct 27, 2000
Site core-sdi.com

Core SDI Advisory CORE-20001023 - The "MySQL Database Engine" uses an authentication scheme designed to prevent the flow of plaintext passwords over the network and the storage of them in plaintext. For that purpose a challenge-response mechanism for authentication has been implemented on all versions of MySQL. The authentication mechanism is not cryptographically strong. Each time a user executes this mechanism, information allowing an attacker to recover this user's password is leaked. Fix available here.

tags | sql injection
MD5 | 87539f864a1cc0d03a617d14b0c14b80
unixware.scohelp.txt
Posted Sep 28, 2000
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site core-sdi.com

CORE SDI Security Advisory - SCO Unixware 7 default installation includes scohelp, an http server that listens on port 457/tcp and allows access to manual pages and other documentation files. The search CGI script provided for that purpose has a vulnerability that could allow any remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the vulnerable machine with privileges of user "nobody".

tags | remote, web, arbitrary, cgi, tcp
systems | unixware
MD5 | ffd67e45099e97b158c705f305a90f1e
core-sdi.weblogic.proxy
Posted Aug 17, 2000
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site core-sdi.com

Core SDI Vulnerability Report For BEA Weblogic's Proxy - BEA's Weblogic server contains several buffer overflow which allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system running the proxying web server as root on unix and as system on NT.

tags | remote, web, overflow, arbitrary, root
systems | unix
MD5 | 8503addb096520cc9db0bd58b72fe6aa
core-sdi.net.tools
Posted Aug 6, 2000
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site core-sdi.com

CORE SDI Security Advisory - NAI Net Tools PKI Server vulnerabilities. While investigating the exploitability of a buffer overflow in the Net Tools PKI Server from Network Associates Inc. we discovered three new vulnerabilities not fixed by hotfix 1, including buffer overflows and format bugs which allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code. Perl proof of concept exploit included.

tags | remote, overflow, arbitrary, perl, vulnerability, proof of concept
MD5 | ac2ec70bd9f957b923de46148efc0cba
core-sdi.rsaref
Posted Dec 2, 1999
Site core-sdi.com

Core/SDI discovered a second buffer overflow in the implmementation of the RSA algorithm in RSAREF2 from RSA Data Security. This advisory addresses the details of the bug discovered, the details are somewhat focused on the ability to exploit the bug in SSH compiled with RSAREF2, but its extensible to any software product that uses RSAREF2.

tags | overflow
MD5 | 26f1a26553ac090ce1dc418fc6d02c44
bind.zip
Posted Sep 23, 1999

bind.zip

MD5 | da616414e05e3431fcc22c0be1e4268a
core-sdi-04.ssh.insertion
Posted Sep 23, 1999

core-sdi-04.ssh.insertion

MD5 | 43357cd2b5139428270c2a76bf0c3b4d
SunNIS+.zip
Posted Sep 23, 1999

SunNIS+.zip

MD5 | 9b1307d8e3c417ed9fe4c4247adccf58
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