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CVE-2011-2735

Status Candidate

Overview

Multiple buffer overflows in EMC AutoStart 5.3.x and 5.4.x before 5.4.1 allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) or possibly execute arbitrary code by sending a crafted message over TCP.

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Zero Day Initiative Advisory 11-275
Posted Aug 24, 2011
Authored by Tipping Point | Site zerodayinitiative.com

Zero Day Initiative Advisory 11-275 - This vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable installations of EMC AutoStart. Authentication is not required to exploit this vulnerability. The specific flaw exists in the Agent Service (ftAgent.exe). The Agent Service listens on TCP port 8045 for communications between AutoStart nodes. When handling messages with opcode 0x11 the process performs arithmetic on an unvalidated user-supplied value used to determine the size of a new heap buffer, allowing a potential integer wrap to cause a heap buffer overflow. Remote unauthenticated attackers can exploit this vulnerability by sending malformed message packets to the target, which can ultimately lead to arbitrary code execution under the context of the SYSTEM user.

tags | advisory, remote, overflow, arbitrary, tcp, code execution
advisories | CVE-2011-2735
SHA-256 | 4472d24a47f68f6fe37528e24b7007cab02511745fc6c58a5f52efaa4096cfee
Zero Day Initiative Advisory 11-274
Posted Aug 24, 2011
Authored by Tipping Point | Site zerodayinitiative.com

Zero Day Initiative Advisory 11-274 - This vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable installations of EMC AutoStart. Authentication is not required to exploit this vulnerability. The specific flaw exists in the Agent Service (ftAgent.exe). The Agent Service listens on TCP port 8045 for communications between AutoStart nodes. When handling messages with opcode 0x140 the process performs arithmetic on an unvalidated user-supplied value used to determine the size of a new heap buffer, allowing a potential integer wrap to cause a heap buffer overflow. Remote, unauthenticated attackers can exploit this vulnerability by sending malformed message packets to the target, which can ultimately lead to arbitrary code execution under the context of the SYSTEM user.

tags | advisory, remote, overflow, arbitrary, tcp, code execution
advisories | CVE-2011-2735
SHA-256 | bf080c25cf7ed5223b661feb02b0fbc59089a06d8f53ea2bf8c3aa79a319a20f
Zero Day Initiative Advisory 11-273
Posted Aug 24, 2011
Authored by Tipping Point | Site zerodayinitiative.com

Zero Day Initiative Advisory 11-273 - This vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable installations of EMC AutoStart High Availability. Authentication is not required to exploit this vulnerability. The specific flaw exists within the packet error handling of the application. When building an error message to log an error, the application will use a user-supplied string from the packet as an argument to a function containing a format string. The result of this function is written to a statically sized buffer located on the stack. This will lead to code execution under the context of the service.

tags | advisory, remote, arbitrary, code execution
advisories | CVE-2011-2735
SHA-256 | 62ad84452673f5980d9432a20873597e7b2dc982e025209bf40e680a5292bfa4
EMC AutoStart Buffer Overflow
Posted Aug 19, 2011
Authored by Sebastian Apelt | Site emc.com

EMC AutoStart contains multiple buffer overflow vulnerabilities which can be exploited to potentially cause a denial of service, or possibly, execute arbitrary code within the context of the affected application. Versions 5.3.x and 5.4.x are affected.

tags | advisory, denial of service, overflow, arbitrary, vulnerability
advisories | CVE-2011-2735
SHA-256 | c6c9c42100d678b45b46b99d67e332a94acb32e5e795399054df43273d774351
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