Vulnerability Note VU#487617
Secure Elements Class 5 AVR server fails to properly authenticate session start messages
The Secure Elements Class 5 AVR server fails to properly authenticate "session start" messages. This may allow an attacker to cause the server to initiate TCP connections to arbitrary destinations, which can cause a denial of service to both the server and the specified target.
Class 5 AVR
Secure Elements Class 5 AVR (Automated Vulnerability Remediation) is a security product that monitors and enforces security policies on network assets. Class 5 AVR is now known as C5 EVM (Enterprise Vulnerability Management). The Class 5 AVR software includes both server and client components.
A remote, unauthenticated attacker may be able to cause the server to initiate TCP connections to arbitrary destinations, which can cause a denial of service to both the server and the specified target.
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|Vendor||Status||Date Notified||Date Updated|
|Secure Elements||Affected||06 Feb 2006||30 May 2006|
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Thanks to the NOAA N-CIRT Lab for reporting this vulnerability.
This document was written by Will Dormann.
- CVE IDs: Unknown
- Date Public: 30 May 2006
- Date First Published: 30 May 2006
- Date Last Updated: 04 May 2007
- Severity Metric: 0.31
- Document Revision: 7
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