BlackJumboDog fails to verify the length of several FTP commands, creating a buffer overflow vulnerability. Exploitation of this vulnerability may result in code execution on the target system with privileges of the FTP service.
BlackJumboDog is a multi-function server for Microsoft Windows, providing FTP, email, web, and proxy services. Version 3.6.1 contains a buffer overflow vulnerability. BlackJumboDog fails to check the length of FTP commands passed to it. Using specially crafted FTP commands, a remote user can trigger a buffer overflow condition and possibly execute code on the server.
A remote attacker may be able to exploit this vulnerability to compromise the BlackJumboDog system.
This issue has been resolved in version 3.6.2 of BlackJumboDog.
Thanks to Secunia, Tan Chew Keong, and SIG^2 for the information contained in their security advisories
This document was written by Will Dormann.
|Date First Published:||2004-08-03|
|Date Last Updated:||2005-04-14 18:09 UTC|