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DST2K0014: BufferOverrun in HP Openview Network Node Manager v6.1 (Round2)
From: Security Team <SecurityTeam () DELPHISPLC COM>
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 06:53:22 +0100

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                            Delphis Consulting Plc
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                           Security Team Advisories
                               [13/06/2000]

                            securityteam () delphisplc com
                  [http://www.delphisplc.com/thinking/whitepapers/]
        
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Adv             :       DST2K0014
Title           :       BufferOverrun in HP Openview Network Node Manager
                        v6.1 (Round2)
Author  :       DCIST (securityteam () delphisplc com)
O/S             :       Microsoft Windows NT v4.0 Server (SP6)
Product :       HP Openview Node Manager v6.1
Date            :       13/06/2000

I.    Description

II.   Solution

III.  Disclaimer


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I. Description
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Vendor URL: http://www.openview.hp.com/

Delphis Consulting Internet Security Team (DCIST) discovered the following
vulnerability in HP Openview Node Manager under Windows NT.

Severity: high

By using the OverView5 CGI interface which is shipped and installed by
default with HPOpenView network node manager it is possible to cause a
BufferOverRun in SNMP.EXE. This is done be connecting to port 80 which the
WWW service resides on by default and sending a large GET string. The string

has to be a length of 132 + EIP (4 bytes making a total of 136 bytes). This
will cause the above application to BufferOverRun over writing EIP.

Example: (URL will be wrapped)
http://127.0.0.1/OvCgi/OpenView5.exe?Context=Snmp&Action=Snmp&Host=&Oid=A0B
0C0D0E0F0G0H0I0J0K0L0M0N0O0P0Q0R0S0T0U0V0W0X0Y0a0b0c0d0e0f0g0h0i0j0k0l0m0n
0o0p0q0r0s0t0u0v0w0x0y0A1B1C1D1E1F1G1H1I1J1K1L1M1N1O1P1ZZZZ


II. Solution
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Vendor Status: Informed

We are happy to announce a patch for the above advisory:

HPID: HPSBUX0009-121   Sec. Vulnerability OpenView NNM Object IDs

URL: http://ovweb.external.hp.com/cpe/patches/

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone at HP on how
responsive they have been to our research over the past 3 months.

III. Disclaimer
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CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE ARISING IN ANY WAY FROM ANY USE OF, OR RELIANCE
PLACED ON, THIS INFORMATION FOR ANY PURPOSE.
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