VRT Rules 2007-10-23
Sourcefire VRT Rules Update
The Sourcefire VRT is aware of multiple vulnerabilities affecting CA BrightStor and has expanded coverage for Microsoft Security Bulletin MS07-057.
CA BrightStor ARCServe Buffer Overflow (CVE-2007-5004):
CA BrightStor ARCServe Backup suffers from an integer overflow that may allow remote attackers to execute code on an affected host.
A rule to detect attacks targeting this vulnerability is included in this release and is identified as SID 12665.
CA BrightStor ARCServe File Upload (CVE-2007-5005):
CA BrightStor ARCServe Backup does not correctly handle user-supplied input. This may allow a remote attacker to perform a directory traversal attack and subsequently upload and overwrite files on an affected host.
A rule to detect attacks targeting this vulnerability is included in this release and is identified as SID 12667.
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS07-057:
The URL handling in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, with Windows Internet Explorer 7 installed, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary programs via invalid "%" sequences.
The Sourcefire VRT has updated coverage to detect attacks targeting this vulnerability with an additional rule. This rule is included in this release and is identified as SID 12664.
RealNetworks RealPlayer Buffer Overflow (CVE-2007-5601):
RealNetworks RealPlayer ActiveX control allows remote attackers to execute code on a vulnerable system.
Previously released rules are able to detect attacks targeting this vulnerability and are identified as SIDs 10192 through 10194.
Additional rules are included in this release to detect attacks targeting this vulnerability and are identified as SID 12663 and SIDs 12668 through 12671.
Rule Pack Summary:
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