Vulnerability Note VU#583184
Lotus Domino R5 Server Family contains multiple vulnerabilities in LDAP handling code
The Lotus Domino R5 Server Family contains vulnerabilities that may allow denial-of-service attacks, unauthorized privileged access, or both. These vulnerabilities were revealed using the PROTOS LDAPv3 test suite and are documented in CERT Advisory CA-2001-18. If your site uses this product, the CERT/CC encourages you to follow the advice provided below.
The Lotus Domino R5 Server Family (including the Enterprise, Application, and Mail servers) contains multiple vulnerabilities in the code that processes LDAP requests.
In the encoding section of the test suite, this product failed 1 of 77 groups. The failed group tests a server's response to miscellaneous packets with semi-valid BER encodings.
One or more of these vulnerabilities allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the Domino server. The server typically runs with system privileges. At least one of these vulnerabilities has been successfully exploited in a laboratory environment.
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Systems Affected (Learn More)
|Vendor||Status||Date Notified||Date Updated|
|Lotus Software||Affected||06 Apr 2001||26 Mar 2003|
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The CERT Coordination Center thanks the Oulu University Secure Programming Group for reporting these vulnerabilities to us, for their detailed technical analyses, and for their assistance in preparing this document.
This document was written by Jeffrey P. Lanza.
- CVE IDs: CAN-2001-1311
- CERT Advisory: CA-2001-18
- Date Public: 16 Jul 2001
- Date First Published: 16 Jul 2001
- Date Last Updated: 17 Apr 2003
- Severity Metric: 41.90
- Document Revision: 43
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