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ElectricCommander 4.2.4.71224 Privilege Escalation

ElectricCommander 4.2.4.71224 Privilege Escalation
Posted Oct 23, 2014
Authored by Sean Wright

ElectricCommander version 4.2.4.71224 suffers from a local privilege escalation vulnerability.

tags | advisory, local
advisories | CVE-2014-7180
SHA-256 | 139302eb4b0999cd770c756251480454ce0ddd8d7d7211bca12f6045642487b9

ElectricCommander 4.2.4.71224 Privilege Escalation

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# * Title: ElectricCommander Local Privilege Escalation
# * Advisory ID: SWRX-2014-010
# * Advisory
URL: http://www.secureworks.com/cyber-threat-intelligence/advisories/SWRX-20
14-010/
# * Date published: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
# * CVE: CVE-2014-7180
# * CVSS v2 base score: 7.2
# * Date of last update: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
# * Vendors contacted: Electric Cloud, Inc.
# * Release mode: Coordinated
# * Discovered by: Sean Wright, Dell SecureWorks
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Summary
ElectricCommander is a toolset that facilitates remote deployment of
environment configurations from
a centralized server to attached agents. Due to excessive file system
permissions on two Perl source
code files, an unprivileged local attacker can modify these files to insert
code. The attacker’s code is
then executed as the privileged user running these administrative tools.
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Affected products
This vulnerability has been confirmed in version 4.2.4.71224 of
ElectricCommander.
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Vendor information, solutions, and workarounds
This vulnerability has been addressed in later versions of the toolset.
ElectricCommander users should
upgrade to version 4.2.6 (and above) or version 5.0.3 (and above).
As an alternate manual workaround, users may set the file permissions to
become read-only after
installation of the RPM package management system.
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Details
Multiple commander tools are installed with ElectricCommander, including
eccert and ecconfigure.
According to Electric Cloud documentation, eccert is a command line tool
used to manage the
ElectricCommander Certificate Authority and the certificates configured on
the ElectricCommander
system. ecconfigure is a command line tool that can change the configuration
values for any locally
installed ElectricCommander server, web, agent, or repository service. Both
of these tools involve
manipulating write-protected files, so they need to be run as a privileged
user.
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