iDefense Security Advisory 06.25.09: Unisys Business Information Server Stack Buffer Overflow
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iDefense Security Advisory 06.25.09
Jun 25, 2009
The Unisys Business Information Server is a business information
management package providing data access, analysis and reporting for
the enterprise. For more information, see the vendors site found at
the following link.
Remote exploitation of a stack based buffer overflow vulnerability in
Unisyss Business Information Server could allow an attacker to execute
arbitrary code with the privileges of the affected service.
If attackers send a packet to the Unisys Business Information Server
over a TCP port, the attacker can corrupt stack memory and gain
arbitrary code execution.
Exploitation of this vulnerability results in the execution of arbitrary
code with the privileges of the affected service, usually an
iDefense has confirmed the existence of this vulnerability in Business
Information Server version 10. Previous versions may also be affected.
iDefense is currently unaware of any workarounds for this issue.
VI. VENDOR RESPONSE
Unisys has released a patch which addresses this issue. For more
information, consult their advisory at the following URL:
VII. CVE INFORMATION
The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) project has assigned the
name CVE-2009-1628 to this issue. This is a candidate for inclusion in
the CVE list (http://cve.mitre.org/), which standardizes names for
VIII. DISCLOSURE TIMELINE
06/22/2008 - Initial Contact
04/24/2009 - Second Contact Attempt
04/28/2009 - Initial Vendor Response
05/06/2009 - Clarification requested
05/06/2009 - Unisys Lawyer lodge request.
05/06/2009 - Sent Clarification.
05/06/2009 - Clarification received and new clarification requested.
05/07/2009 - Unisys request response.
05/07/2009 - iDefense response regarding PGP key
05/07/2009 - Unisys confirmation.
06/22/2009 - CVE-2009-1628 Assigned by vendor
06/25/2009 - Coordinated Public Disclosure
This vulnerability was reported to iDefense by FistFuXXer.
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