Oracle9i Database contains a buffer overflow in the NUMTOYMINTERVAL() function which could allow anyone who can query the server to execute arbitrary code or access data with the privileges of the vulnerable process.
A buffer overflow exists in the NUMTOYMINTERVAL() function. This function is responsible for handling date conversions. By supplying an overly long character string to the function, an attacker could overwrite a return address on the stack, resulting in the ability to execute arbitrary code or access data with the privileges of the vulnerable process. Oracle typically runs as SYSTEM on Windows and as the ORACLE user on UNIX.
Exploitation may result in the ability to execute arbitrary code or access data with the privileges of the vulnerable process.
According to NGSSoftware, this problem is fixed in Oracle 9i Database Release 2, version 22.214.171.124.
This vulnerability was reported by NGSSoftware.
This document was written by Damon Morda.
|Date First Published:||2004-02-27|
|Date Last Updated:||2004-02-27 15:16 UTC|