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CA ARCserve D2D Command Execution

CA ARCserve D2D Command Execution
Posted Aug 11, 2011
Authored by Ken Williams | Site www3.ca.com

CA Technologies support is alerting customers to a security risk associated with CA ARCserve D2D. A vulnerability exists that can allow a remote attacker to access credentials and execute arbitrary commands. CA Technologies has issued a patch to address the vulnerability. The vulnerability is due to improper session handling. A remote attacker can access credentials and execute arbitrary commands.

tags | advisory, remote, arbitrary
advisories | CVE-2011-3011
MD5 | 341adab577e93a021714e6b67647b658

CA ARCserve D2D Command Execution

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CA20110809-01: Security Notice for CA ARCserve D2D


Issued: August 9, 2011


CA Technologies support is alerting customers to a security risk
associated with CA ARCserve D2D. A vulnerability exists that can
allow a remote attacker to access credentials and execute arbitrary
commands. CA Technologies has issued a patch to address the
vulnerability.

The vulnerability, CVE-2011-3011, is due to improper session handling.
A remote attacker can access credentials and execute arbitrary
commands.


Risk Rating

High


Platform

Windows


Affected Products

CA ARCserve D2D r15


How to determine if the installation is affected

Search under TOMCAT directory for "BaseServiceImpl.class", and if the
date is earlier than August 03, 2011, then you should apply fix
RO33517.


Solution

CA has issued a patch to address the vulnerability.

CA ARCserve D2D r15:
RO33517


Workaround

None


References

CVE-2011-3011 - CA ARCserve D2D session handling vulnerability


Acknowledgement

None


Change History

Version 1.0: Initial Release


If additional information is required, please contact CA Technologies
Support at support.ca.com

If you discover a vulnerability in a CA Technologies product, please
report your findings to the CA Technologies Product Vulnerability
Response Team.
support.ca.com/irj/portal/anonymous/phpsupcontent?contentID=177782


Note: Original security notice can be found here (URL may wrap):
https://support.ca.com/irj/portal/anonymous/phpsupcontent?contentID={7D3ACC0F-6C01-4BE2-B5C0-C430CEB45BE6}


Thanks and regards,
Ken Williams, Director
ca technologies Product Vulnerability Response Team
ca technologies Business Unit Operations
wilja22 @ ca.com

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