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Re: Vulnerabilities in Client Service for NetWare
From: "El Camino" <elcamino74ss () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2006 14:48:25 -0600

This isn't AVERT's first published vuln.  Most security professionals
do list some certs and sigs.

Don't take it out on him if you got kicked out of school or can't pass
the A+ exam.


On 11/16/06, Cyrus Grissom <cyrus_grissom () hushmail com> wrote:
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interesting....i didnt know that avert was in the business of
publishing vunls...dont recall seeing any others? first time?  i
dont remember seeing it in my 'McAfee Avert Labs Threat News' email
alert?  would have been nice...

and what the hell is this, "Dave Marcus, B.A., CCNA, MCSE"?  are
you letting everyone know that you have a bachelor's of arts
degree? a "Security Research and Communications Manager" who
advertises that he has a ba, a ccna and a mcse...you're such a
schmuck....how about a high school diploma, do you want to let us
know about that too?  go play with your blog or something......

- -c

On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 11:25:38 -0500 David_Marcus () McAfee com wrote:
McAfee, Inc.
McAfee(r) Avert(r) Labs Security Advisory
Public Release Date: 2006-11-16

Vulnerabilities in Client Service for NetWare

CVE-2006-4688, CVE-2006-4689
___________________________________________________________________

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*      Synopsis

The Client Service for NetWare (CSNW) allows a Windows client to
access
NetWare file, print, and directory services.

Successful exploitation could lead to execution of arbitrary code
or
cause the affected system to stop responding.
___________________________________________________________________

_____
_______

*      Vulnerable System or Application

Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Service
Pack 1

___________________________________________________________________

_____
_______

*      Vulnerability Information

CVE-2006-4688

A boundary error in Client Service for Netware (CSNW) can be
exploited
to cause a buffer overflow via a specially crafted network message

sent
to the system. Successful exploitation allows execution of
arbitrary
code and an attacker could remotely take complete control of the
affected system.

CVE-2006-4689

A denial of service vulnerability exists in Client Service for
NetWare
(CSNW) that could allow an attacker to send a specially crafted
network
message to an affected system running the Client Service for
NetWare
service. An attacker could cause the system to stop responding and
automatically restart thus causing the affected system to stop
accepting
requests.
___________________________________________________________________

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_______

*      Resolution

Microsoft has included fixes for the Client Service for Netware
(CSNW)
issues in the November 2006 Security Bulletin MS06-066 for
affected
Windows platforms.
___________________________________________________________________

_____
_______

*      Credits

These vulnerabilities were discovered by Sam Arun Raj of McAfee
Avert
Labs.

___________________________________________________________________

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Best regards,

Dave Marcus, B.A., CCNA, MCSE
Security Research and Communications Manager
McAfee(r) Avert(r) Labs
(443) 321-3771 Office
(443) 668-0048 Mobile
McAfee Threat Center
<http://www.mcafee.com/us/threat_center/default.asp>
McAfee Avert Labs Research Blog
<http://www.avertlabs.com/research/blog>



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