6927 : Courier shiftjis.c Unicode Character Handling Remote Buffer Overflow
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Timeline

Disclosure Date
2004-02-01

Description

Multiple Courier products contain an overflow condition in the file shiftjis.c. The issue is triggered as user-supplied input is not properly validated when a unicode character is out of BMP range. With a specially crafted request, a remote attacker can cause a stack-based buffer overflow, resulting in a denial of service or potentially allowing the execution of arbitrary code.

Classification

Location: Remote / Network Access
Attack Type: Input Manipulation
Impact: Loss of Integrity
Solution: Upgrade
Exploit: Exploit Unknown
Disclosure: Vendor Verified

Solution

It has been reported that this issue has been fixed. Upgrade to Courier Mail Server version 0.45, Courier IMAP version 3.0.0, Courier SqWebMail version 4.0.0, or higher, to address this vulnerability.

Products

Double Precision, Inc
Courier Mail Server
0.45 (not affected)
0.44.3
SqWebMail
4.0.0 (not affected)
3.6.2
Courier IMAP
3.0.0 (not affected)
2.2.1

References

Tools & Filters

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12102 12103 19044

Credit

Unknown or Incomplete

CVSSv2 Score

CVSSv2 Base Score = 7.5
Source: nvd.nist.gov | Generated: 2003-12-31 | Disagree?

Access_vector_2 Access_complexity_2 Authentication_2 Confidentiality_impact_1 Integrity_impact_1 Availability_impact_1

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