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[Full-disclosure] Oracle Buffer Overflow in DBMS_LOGREP_UTIL.GET_OBJECT_NAME
From: Team SHATTER (shatterappsecinc.com)
Date: Wed Jan 24 2007 - 17:40:44 CST
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Oracle Database Buffer overflow vulnerability in procedure
AppSecInc Team SHATTER Security Advisory
Jan 18, 2007
Affected versions: Oracle Database Server versions 9iR1, 9iR2 and 10gR1
Risk level: Medium
Remote exploitable: Yes (Authentication to Database Server is needed)
Credits: This vulnerability was discovered and researched by Esteban
Martínez Fayó of Application Security Inc.
Oracle Database Server provides the DBMS_LOGREP_UTIL package that is
used internally by Oracle. This package contains the procedure
GET_OBJECT_NAME which is vulnerable to buffer overflow attacks.
Any Oracle database user with EXECUTE privilege on the package
SYS.DBMS_LOGREP_UTIL can exploit this vulnerability. Exploitation of
this vulnerability allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code. It can
also be exploited to cause DOS (Denial of service) killing Oracle server
Vendor was contacted and a patch was released.
Restrict access to the SYS.DBMS_LOGREP_UTIL package.
Apply Oracle Critical Patch Update January 2007 available at Oracle
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