ICS-CERT published an advisory on one of my reports this week –
Vendor: Digital Canal Structural
Equipment: Wind Analysis
Vulnerability: Stack-Based Buffer Overflow
The following versions of Wind Analysis, a structural engineering software platform, are affected:
Wind Analysis versions 9.1 and prior.
Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could cause the device that the attacker is accessing to become unavailable, resulting in a denial of service.
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Recently, I checked out Rapid7’s AppSpider Web Application Testing software. It is a Windows based application, and the demo version is available for anyone to play with.
I found 2 vulnerabilities in AppSpider – DLL Pre-loading & Buffer overflow – which I then reported privately to R7 team. The folks at Rapid7 confirmed my reports and released the CVE-ID# & fixed versions shortly after.
Here’s the writeup from Rapid7 Release Announcement:
* Updated nginx.exe to utilize Microsoft Security Advisory on remote code execution. Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008: KB2533623 must be installed on the target platform. Resolves -CVE-2017-5236
* Resolved buffer over flow crash in the AppSpider command line tool for inputs. Resolves -CVE-2017-5240
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Halliburton LogView Pro 9.7.5 – (.cgm/.tif/.tiff/.tifh) Denial of Service Crash exploit