Multiple integer overflows in vxsvc.exe in the Veritas Enterprise Administrator service in Symantec Veritas Storage Foundation 5.1 and earlier, Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System (SFCFS) 5.1 and earlier, Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System Enterprise for Oracle RAC (SFCFSORAC) 5.1 and earlier, Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing (DMP) 5.1, and NetBackup PureDisk 6.5.x through 6.6.1.x allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via (1) a crafted Unicode string, related to the vxveautil.value_binary_unpack function; (2) a crafted ASCII string, related to the vxveautil.value_binary_unpack function; or (3) a crafted value, related to the vxveautil.kv_binary_unpack function, leading to a buffer overflow.
Publish Date : 2011-08-19 Last Update Date : 2013-11-15
HP-UX running VEA, Remote Denial of Service (DoS), Execution of Arbitrary Code
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