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Checkpoint Endpoint Connect VPN DLL Hijack

Checkpoint Endpoint Connect VPN DLL Hijack
Posted Jun 14, 2012
Authored by Moshe Zioni

A vulnerability in Checkpoint Endpoint Connect VPN causes the client to be susceptible to an attack that result in arbitrary dynamic-library loading. A user with local disk access can carefully construct a DLL that suits a pattern that is being traversed by the client and implement it somewhere along the search path and the client will load it seamlessly.

tags | advisory, arbitrary, local
systems | windows
advisories | CVE-2012-2753
MD5 | ca161bf35254dda9e83bc42ad15b9ff1

Checkpoint Endpoint Connect VPN DLL Hijack

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Security Advisory - Checkpoint Endpoint Connect VPN - DLL Hijack
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Summary : Checkpoint Endpoint Connect VPN is prone to DLL hijacking
Date : 12 June 2012
Affected versions : Endpoint Security VPN R75
Remote Access Clients E75.x
Endpoint Security R73.x/E80.x (VPN blade)
ID : sk76480
CVE reference : CVE-2012-2753

Details
==========
A vulnerability in Checkpoint Endpoint Connect VPN causes the client to be
susceptible to an attack that result in arbitrary dynamic-library loading.

A user with local disk access can carefuly construct a DLL that suits a pattern
that is being traversed by the client and implement it somewhere along the
search path and the client will load it seamlessly.

Impact
==========
After the DLL has been implemented, an unsuspected user that will run the
program will cause it to load, resulting in arbitrary code execution with
user's privilege level.

Solution
==========
Apply the appropriate Hotfix released by Checkpoint (one line URL):
https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?
eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solutionid=sk76480

Credits
==========
The issue was responsibly reported by Moshe Zioni from Comsec Global Consulting.

Timeline
===========
11 June 2012
Checkpoint officialy announce a Hotfix for the issue
6 June 2012
Checkpoint reported on finishing a fix to the reported issue
16 May 2012
Further correspondance (Comsec-Checkpoint) took place, discussing a remidiation
15 May 2012
First response from Checkpoint Security Team
15 May 2012
Bug reported by Moshe Zioni from Comsec Global Consulting

References
===========
Checkpoint
http://www.checkpoint.com/
Comsec Global Consulting
http://www.comsecglobal.com/

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