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CVE-2004-0362

Status Candidate

Overview

Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in the ICQ parsing routines of the ISS Protocol Analysis Module (PAM) component, as used in various RealSecure, Proventia, and BlackICE products, allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a SRV_MULTI response containing a SRV_USER_ONLINE response packet and a SRV_META_USER response packet with long (1) nickname, (2) firstname, (3) lastname, or (4) email address fields, as exploited by the Witty worm.

Related Files

ISS PAM.dll ICQ Parser Buffer Overflow
Posted Nov 26, 2009
Authored by spoonm | Site metasploit.com

This Metasploit module exploits a stack overflow in the ISS products that use the iss-pam1.dll ICQ parser (Blackice/RealSecure). Successful exploitation will result in arbitrary code execution as LocalSystem. This exploit only requires 1 UDP packet, which can be both spoofed and sent to a broadcast address. The ISS exception handler will recover the process after each overflow, giving us the ability to bruteforce the service and exploit it multiple times.

tags | exploit, overflow, arbitrary, udp, spoof, code execution
advisories | CVE-2004-0362
SHA-256 | d67c5051b25bd521627ed2f0b421e431d2c7a7bc79507cd2dd85cb4525447b2a
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