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[Full-disclosure] [MU-200608-01] Multiple Vulnerabilities in Asterisk 1.2.10

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Date: Wed Aug 23 2006 - 13:27:01 CDT


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Multiple Vulnerabilities in Asterisk 1.2.10 [MU-200608-01]
August 23, 2006

http://labs.musecurity.com/advisories.html

Affected Product/Versions:

Asterisk 1.0.0 through 1.2.10

Product Overview:

http://www.asterisk.org/features

"Asterisk-based telephony solutions offer a rich and flexible feature set.
Asterisk offers both classical PBX functionality and advanced features, and
interoperates with traditional standards-based telephony systems and Voice
over IP systems. Asterisk offers the features one would expect of a large
proprietary PBX system such as Voicemail, Conference Bridging, Call Queuing,
and Call Detail Records."

Vulnerability Details:

A remote stack buffer overflow condition in Asterisk's MGCP implementation
could allow for arbitrary code execution. The vulnerable code is triggered
with the use of a malformed AUEP (audit endpoint) response message.

A second issue exists in the handling of file names sent to the Record()
application which could lead to arbitrary code execution via a format string
attack or arbitrary file-overwrite via directory traversal techniques. The
impact of this vulnerability is minimal, however, as it requires an
administrator to use a client-controlled variable as part of the filename.

Solution:

Mu Security would like to thank the Asterisk security team for their
timely response to these issues.

A patch for the buffer overflow is available from the following link:
http://ftp.digium.com/pub/asterisk/asterisk-1.2.11-patch.gz

To protect against the Record() vulnerability, do not use user-controlled
variables ( eg, ${CALLERIDNAME} ) as part of the the filename argument.

History:
08/10/06 - First contact with vendor
08/16/06 - Vendor acknowledges vulnerability
08/23/06 - Advisory released

Credit:

These vulnerabilities were discovered by the Mu Security research team.

http://labs.musecurity.com/pgpkkey.txt

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