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SEC-CONSULT Security Advisory 20081219-0

SEC-CONSULT Security Advisory 20081219-0
Posted Dec 30, 2008
Authored by Bernhard Mueller | Site sec-consult.com

SEC-CONSULT Security Advisory 20081219-0 - Fujitsu-Siemens WebTransactions is vulnerable to remote command injection due to insufficient input validation. Under certain conditions, WBPublish.exe passes unvalidated user input to the system() function when cleaning up temporary session data. This vulnerability allows an attacker to execute arbitrary commands on the affected system. The vulnerability does not require prior authentication and can be exploited from a web browser.

tags | advisory, remote, web, arbitrary
SHA-256 | 4fcccde253345cf5e3f0f4106c7f74d8b15fb08e20a6c514630001cb3f299309

SEC-CONSULT Security Advisory 20081219-0

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SEC-CONSULT Security Advisory < 20081219-0 >
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title: Fujitsu-Siemens WebTransactions Remote Command
Injection Vulnerability
program: WebTransactions
vulnerable version: <=7.1
homepage: http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com/
found: 05/2008
by: Person at SEC Consult who does not want to be
named
permanent link:
http://www.sec-consult.com/files/20081219-0_fujitsu-siemens_webta_cmdexec.txt
===================================================================================

Vendor description:
---------------

With WebTransactions openSEAS provides a product which allows approved
host applications to be used in new business processes and modern
application scenarios. WebTransactions provides all possibilities to
prepare existing host applications for new web based scenarios. Host
applications and –data can be used via Standard Web browser without need
to change anything on the host side.


Vulnerability overview:
---------------

Fujitsu-Siemens WebTransactions is vulnerable to remote command
injection due to insufficient input validation. Under certain
conditions, WBPublish.exe passes unvalidated user input to the system()
function when cleaning up temporary session data. This vulnerability
allows an attacker to execute arbitrary commands on the affected system.
The vulnerability does not require prior authentication and can be
exploited from a web browser.


Vulnerability details:
----------------

A proof of concept exploit will not be released to the public.


Vendor status:
---------------
vendor notified: 2008-05-16
vendor response: 2008-05-16
patch available: 2008-06-18

A patch and vendor advisory for this vulnerability is available at:

http://bs2www.fujitsu-siemens.de/update/securitypatch.htm

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