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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

               ESB-2009.0097 -- [Win][Linux][HP-UX][Solaris]
  A Security Vulnerability in Sun Java System Access Manager May Allow a
Remote Unprivileged User to Determine the Existence of "guessed" Usernames
                              6 February 2009

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        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
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Product:              Sun Java System Access Manager 6 2005Q1 (6.3)
                      Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 (7.0)
                      Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1
Publisher:            Sun Microsystems
Operating System:     Solaris
                      Windows
                      Linux variants
                      HP-UX
Impact:               Reduced Security
Access:               Existing Account
CVE Names:            CVE-2009-0348

Original Bulletin:   
  http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/printfriendly.do?assetkey=1-66-242026-1

Revision History:     February 6 2009: Added CVE Reference
                      January 29 2009: Initial Release

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   Solution Type: Sun Alert

   Solution  242026 :   A Security Vulnerability in Sun Java System
   Access Manager May Allow a Remote Unprivileged User to Determine the
   Existence of "guessed" Usernames  
        
   Bug ID: 6712993

   Product
   Sun Java System Access Manager 6 2005Q1 (6.3)
   Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 (7.0)
   Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1

   Date of Resolved Release: 27-Jan-2009

   SA Document Body

   A Security Vulnerability in Sun Java System Access Manager May Allow a 
   Remote Unprivileged User to Determine the Existence of "guessed" 
   Usernames

   1. Impact

   A security vulnerability in Sun Java System Access Manager may allow a
   remote unprivileged user to determine the existence of "guessed"
   usernames.
   Sun acknowledges with thanks, Marco Mella
   (http://www.aboutsecurity.net/) for bringing this issue to our
   attention.

   2. Contributing Factors

   This issue can occur in the following releases:
   SPARC Platform:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 6.3 2005Q1 (for Solaris 8, 9 and
       10) without patch 119465-15
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 (for Solaris 8, 9 and 10)
       without patch 120954-08
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 (for Solaris 8, 9 and 10)
       without patch 126356-02

   x86 Platform:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 6.3 2005Q1 (for Solaris 8, 9 and
       10) without patch 119465-15
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 (for Solaris 9 and 10)
       without patch 120955-08
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 (for Solaris 8, 9 and 10)
       without patch 126357-02

   Linux Platform:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 6.3 2005Q1 without patch
       119502-15
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 without patch 120956-08
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 without patch 126358-02

   Windows Platform:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 without patch
       124296-08
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 without patch 126359-02

   HP-UX:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 without patch
       126371-08

   Other:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 WAR file-based installation
       (all platforms) without patch 140504-02

   Note: This issue exists in the login module for Sun Java System Access
   Manager. Sun Java System Identity Server 6.1 and 6.2 will not be
   evaluated regarding this issue.
   To determine if Sun Java System Access Manager is installed on a
   Solaris system, the following command can be run :
   % pkginfo -l SUNWamsvc
   PKGINST:   SUNWamsvc
   NAME:      Sun Java System Access Manager Services
   CATEGORY:  application
   ARCH:      all
   VERSION:   7.0,REV=05.08.10.09.17

   To determine the version of Sun Java System Access Manager on other
   systems, the following command can be run (as "root" user):
   # <access-manager-install-dir>/bin/amadmin --version
   Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4

   (where <access-manager-install-dir> is the installation directory of
   the Sun Java System Access Manager).

   3. Symptoms

   There are no predictable symptoms that would indicate the described
   issue has been exploited.

   4. Workaround

   There is no workaround for this issue. Please see the Resolution
   section below.

   5. Resolution

   This issue is addressed in the following releases:
   SPARC Platform:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 6.3 2005Q1 (for Solaris 8, 9 and
       10) with patch 119465-15 or later
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 (for Solaris 8, 9 and 10)
       with patch 120954-08 or later
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 (for Solaris 8, 9 and 10) with
       patch 126356-02 or later

   x86 Platform:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 6.3 2005Q1 (for Solaris 8, 9 and
       10) with patch 119465-15 or later
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 (for Solaris 9 and 10)
       with patch 120955-08 or later
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 (for Solaris 8, 9 and 10) with
       patch 126357-02 or later

   Linux Platform:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 6.3 2005Q1 with patch 119502-15
       or later
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 with patch 120956-08
       or later
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 with patch 126358-02 or
       later

   Windows Platform:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 with patch 124296-08
       or later
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 with patch 126359-02 or
       later

   HP-UX:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 with patch 126371-08
       or later

   Other:
     * Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 WAR file-based installation
       (all platforms) with patch 140504-02 or later

   For more information on Security Sun Alerts, see Technical
   Instruction ID 213557.

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