ISS Protection Brief: Entrust Libkmp Library Buffer Overflow

2004-08-27T00:00:00
ID SECURITYVULNS:DOC:6668
Type securityvulns
Reporter Securityvulns
Modified 2004-08-27T00:00:00

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Internet Security Systems Protection Brief August 26, 2004

Entrust LibKmp Library Buffer Overflow

Summary:

ISS X-Force has discovered a flaw in the Entrust LibKmp ISAKMP library. This library is used by multiple VPN vendors to facilitate IKE key exchange for IPSEC-based VPN products. LibKmp handles virtually all processing of inbound ISAKMP packets. This library is also responsible for the validation and sanity checking of inbound requests. A flaw exists in these validation routines that results in a buffer overflow vulnerability.

Business Impact:

Compromise of VPN servers and enterprise firewalls may lead to exposure of confidential information, loss of productivity, and further network compromise. This flaw may allow attackers to gain complete control over vulnerable VPN servers/firewalls and all data contained therein. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could also be used to gain unauthorized access to networks being protected by vulnerable VPN/firewall products. default configurations.

For the complete X-Force Protection Alert, please visit: http://xforce.iss.net/xforce/alerts/id/181


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