CVE-ID

CVE-2001-0575

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Description
Buffer overflow in lpshut in SCO OpenServer 5.0.6 can allow a local attacker to gain additional privileges via a long first argument to lpshut.
References
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Assigning CNA
N/A
Date Entry Created
20010727 Disclaimer: The entry creation date may reflect when the CVE ID was allocated or reserved, and does not necessarily indicate when this vulnerability was discovered, shared with the affected vendor, publicly disclosed, or updated in CVE.
Phase (Legacy)
Modified (20020225-01)
Votes (Legacy)
ACCEPT(3) Baker, Frech, Williams
MODIFY(1) Bishop
NOOP(4) Cole, Foat, Wall, Ziese
Comments (Legacy)
 Bishop> recommend combining as stated in analysis
 Baker> http://support.caldera.com/caldera/solution?11=113723&130=0988647911&14=&2715=&15=&2716=&57=search&58=&2900=dckSSu3pru&25=6&3=SSE072B
   "What is SSE072B, the buffer overflow security patch for Openserver 5? (Ref. #113723)"
   Buffer overflows have been found in the following 19
   SCO OpenServer 5 utilities:
   
   /usr/bin/accept
   /usr/bin/cancel
   /usr/mmdf/bin/deliver
   /usr/bin/disable
   /usr/bin/enable
   /usr/lib/libcurses.a
   /usr/bin/lp
   /usr/lib/lpadmin
   /usr/lib/lpfilter
   /usr/lib/lpforms
   /usr/lib/lpmove
   /usr/lib/lpshut
   /usr/bin/lpstat
   /usr/lib/lpusers
   /usr/bin/recon
   /usr/bin/reject
   /usr/bin/rmail
   /usr/lib/sendmail
   /usr/bin/tput
   
   NOTE: the accept, reject, enable, and disable commands are
   symbolically linked to the same binary.
   
   Running any of the above utilities with a very large argument
   can result in a core dump.

Proposed (Legacy)
20010727
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