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CVE-2008-1094 - Barracuda Span Firewall SQL Injection Vulnerability

marian.ventuneacul.ie
Date: Tue Dec 16 2008 - 15:11:24 CST


CVE Number: CVE-2008-1094
Vulnerability: SQL Injection
Risk: Medium
Attack vector: From Remote

Vulnerability Discovered: 16th June 2008
Vendor Notified: 16th June 2008
Advisory Released: 15th December 2008

Abstract

Barracuda Networks Spam Firewall is vulnerable to various SQL Injection attacks. When exploited by an authenticated user, the identified vulnerability can lead to Denial of Service, Database Information Disclosure, etc.

Description

The index.cgi resource was identified as being susceptible to SQL Injection attacks.
When filtering user accounts in Users->Account View section, the pattern_x parameter (where x = 0..n) allows inserting arbitrary SQL code once filter_x parameter is set to search_count_equals‘ value.

/cgi-bin/index.cgi?&user=&password=&et=&auth_type=Local&locale=en_US&realm=&primary_tab=USERS&secondary_tab=
per_user_account_view&boolean_0=boolean_and&filter_0=search_count_equals&pattern_0=if(database() like concat(char(99),char(37)),5,0)

An attacker can exploit this vulnerability by injecting arbitrary SQL code to be executed as part of the SQL query.

Original Advisory:

http://dcsl.ul.ie/advisories/02.htm

Barracuda Networks Technical Alert

http://www.barracudanetworks.com/ns/support/tech_alert.php

Affected Versions

Barracuda Spam Firewall (Firmware v3.5.11.020, Model 600)

Other products/versions might be affected.

Mitigation

Vendor recommends to the following firmware version

Barracuda Spam Firewall (Firmware v3.5.12.001)

Alternatively, please contact Barracuda Networks for technical support.

Credits

Dr. Marian Ventuneac, marian.ventuneacul.ie
Data Communication Security Laboratory, Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering, University of Limerick

Disclaimer

Data Communication Security Laboratory releases this information with the vendor acceptance. DCSL is not responsible for any malicious application of the information presented in this advisory.