A denial of service vulnerability has been reported in CA eTrust Content Manager. This vulnerability can also be exploited to compromise a vulnerable system. The vulnerability is caused due to boundary errors in certain FTP requests that could result in a stack based buffer overflow. The vulnerabilities are reported in CA eTrust Secure Content Manager 8.0.
CA has provided a patch for this issue.
Also, an unspecified vulnerability in IBM WebSphere Application Server has been reported. Very little details are available regarding this vulnerability. IBM has released fix pack 17 to address this issue (whatever it is).
The ActiveX control gui_cm_ctrls.ocx in a number of CA products contains vulnerabilities caused by improper input validation. Successful exploits can lead to arbitrary code execution and could lead to full compromise of an affected system.
BrightStor ARCServe Backup for Laptops and Desktops r11.5 (Server only, client is not affected).
CA Desktop Management Suite r11.2 C2
CA Desktop Management Suite r11.2 C1
CA Desktop Management Suite r11.2a
CA Desktop Management Suite r11.2
CA Desktop Management Suite r11.1 (GA, a, C1)
Unicenter Desktop Management Bundle r11.2 C2
Unicenter Desktop Management Bundle r11.2 C1
Unicenter Desktop Management Bundle r11.2a
Unicenter Desktop Management Bundle r11.2
Unicenter Desktop Management Bundle r11.1 (GA, a, C1)
Unicenter Asset Management r11.2 C2
Unicenter Asset Management r11.2 C1
Unicenter Asset Management r11.2a
Unicenter Asset Management r11.2
Unicenter Asset Management r11.1 (GA, a, C1)
Unicenter Software Delivery r11.2 C2
Unicenter Software Delivery r11.2 C1
Unicenter Software Delivery r11.2a
Unicenter Software Delivery r11.2
Unicenter Software Delivery r11.1 (GA, a, C1)
Unicenter Remote Control r11.2 C2
Unicenter Remote Control r11.2 C1
Unicenter Remote Control r11.2a
Unicenter Remote Control r11.2
Unicenter Remote Control r11.1 (GA, a, C1)
CA Desktop and Server Management r11.2 C2
CA Desktop and Server Management r11.2 C1
CA Desktop and Server Management r11.2a
CA Desktop and Server Management r11.2
CA Desktop and Server Management r11.1 (GA, a, C1)
For full details see the original advisory at: https://support.ca.com/irj/portal/anonymous/phpsupcontent?contentID=174256
Multiple CA products containing the DSM ListCtrl ActiveX Control are vulnerable to buffer overflow. Exploit code has been posted to a public area for this issue. This could allow attackers to cause a denial of service or execute code in the context of the user running the browser. Some mitigating factors taken from the original advisory:
” Mitigating Factors: For BrightStor ARCserve Backup for Laptops &
Desktops, only the server installation is affected. Client
installations are not affected. For CA Desktop Management Suite,
Unicenter Desktop Management Bundle, Unicenter Asset Management,
Unicenter Software Delivery and Unicenter Remote Control, only the
Managers and DSM Explorers are affected. Scalability Servers and
Agents are not affected.”
CA has posted an update for the affected software.
VMWare has issued an update for VMWare ESX. This update fixes a vulnerability that could cause a denial of service. Users/Administrators should apply ESX 2.5.5 Upgrade Patch 6.