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Re: Recent Oracle vulnerabilities: any xploit in the wild?
From: "K. K. Mookhey" <cto () nii co in>
Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2004 12:49:53 +0530

Exploiting these is pretty trivial. Some are Buffer Overflows, which if the attacker is logged in (SCOTT/TIGER, DBSNMP/DBSNMP), are simple to execute and cause a DoS.

For the SQL injection one's you can check out David Litchfield's presentation at Blackhat this year (www.blackhat.com), or read Pete Finnigan's articles on exploiting SQL injection in Oracle (www.petefinnigan.com). Won't be too difficult to exploit.

So the answer to your question, when you say you are trying to assess the risk, is that the risk is VERY HIGH. Therefore, patch as soon as possible. If patching is not immediately possible, follow all Oracle security guidelines. Refer:
1. www.cisecurity.org Oracle Security Guide
2. Oracle 9i Security Checklist (technet.oracle.com)
3. Auditing Oracle Security, http://www.theiia.org/itaudit/index.cfm?fuseaction=print&fid=5509

Cheers,

KK

M. D. wrote:
Dear colleagues,

We are trying to assess the risk for our business regarding the new Oracle vulnerabilities.

On one side we see the reported 44 detailed Oracle vulnerabilities (August 31st 2004) from 'Application Security, Inc.'

http://www.appsecinc.com/resources/alerts/oracle/2004-0001/


and on the other side we have multiple vulnerabilities reported by NGSSoftware http://www.nextgenss.com/advisories/oracle-01.txt, which do not publish details about their vulnerabilities yet.
So it looks that we talk of about 70-80 actual vulnerabilities...

Are you aware of any xploits being already created for any of these?

Thank you in advance.
Kind regards,

Nekromancer



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