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CVE-2006-0705

Status Candidate

Overview

Format string vulnerability in a logging function as used by various SFTP servers, including (1) AttachmateWRQ Reflection for Secure IT UNIX Server before 6.0.0.9, (2) Reflection for Secure IT Windows Server before 6.0 build 38, (3) F-Secure SSH Server for Windows before 5.3 build 35, (4) F-Secure SSH Server for UNIX 3.0 through 5.0.8, (5) SSH Tectia Server 4.3.6 and earlier and 4.4.0, and (6) SSH Shell Server 3.2.9 and earlier, allows remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary commands via unspecified vectors, involving crafted filenames and the stat command.

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HP Security Bulletin 2008-00.11
Posted Mar 26, 2008
Authored by Hewlett Packard | Site hp.com

HP Security Bulletin - A potential security vulnerability has been identified in the SFTP Server (sftp-server) component of SSH version 3.2.0 and earlier running on HP Tru64 UNIX. The vulnerability could be exploited by a remote user to execute arbitrary code or cause a Denial of Service (DoS). Yes, this is from 2006. Yes, HP is just notifying people now.

tags | advisory, remote, denial of service, arbitrary
systems | unix
advisories | CVE-2006-0705
SHA-256 | 97b55c3fc497bd98e96bbfccb72fb18e043e763c3dc094e105a84a146f8bc9bb
Gentoo Linux Security Advisory 200703-13
Posted Mar 20, 2007
Authored by Gentoo | Site security.gentoo.org

Gentoo Linux Security Advisory GLSA 200703-13 - The SSH Secure Shell Server contains a format string vulnerability in the SFTP code that handles file transfers (scp2 and sftp2). In some situations, this code passes the accessed filename to the system log. During this operation, an unspecified error could allow uncontrolled stack access. Versions less than 4.3.7 are affected.

tags | advisory, shell
systems | linux, gentoo
advisories | CVE-2006-0705
SHA-256 | c4615e96c164e0879eb0a971554bc41b7614d6a6e8528e0f7bfdbd66c1a3366e
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