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Published:

26 October 2012

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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

                               ESB-2012.1029
        Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager Mtftp service
                            directory traversal
                              26 October 2012

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        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
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Product:           Hitachi JP1/ Server Conductor / Deployment Manager
                   Hitachi Server Conductor / Deployment Manager
Publisher:         ISS
Operating System:  Windows
Impact/Access:     Access Confidential Data -- Remote/Unauthenticated
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade

Original Bulletin: 
   http://xforce.iss.net/xforce/xfdb/71832

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Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager Mtftp service directory traversal

hitachi-jp1server-mtftp-directory-traversal (71832)	Medium Risk

Description:

Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager could allow a remote attacker to
traverse directories on the system. An attacker could send a specially-crafted
URL request to the DeploymentManager PXE Mtftp service containing directory
traversal sequences to download arbitrary files from the system.

*CVSS:

Base Score:			4.3
  Access Vector:		Network
  Access Complexity:		Medium
  Authentication:		None
  Confidentiality Impact:	None
  Integrity Impact:		Partial
  Availability Impact:		None
 
Temporal Score:			3.2
  Exploitability:		Unproven
  Remediation Level:		Official-Fix
  Report Confidence:		Confirmed

Consequences:

Gain Access

Remedy:

Refer to HS11-026 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See
References.

References:

* HS11-026: JP1/ServerConductor/Deployment Manager Directory Traversal
  Vulnerability. (Web site is in Japanese)
  http://www.hitachi.co.jp/Prod/comp/soft1/security/info/vuls/HS11-026/index.html
* BID-51079: Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager Directory Traversal
  Vulnerability
  http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/51079
* OSVDB ID: 77739: Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager
  DeploymentManager PXE Mtftp Service Traversal Arbitrary File Access
  http://osvdb.org/show/osvdb/77739
* SA47221: Hitachi JP1/ServerConductor/DeploymentManager Directory Traversal
  Vulnerability
  http://secunia.com/advisories/47221

Platforms Affected:

Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-50 Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-52 Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-56-/F Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-56-/F Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-00 Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-00 Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-06 Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-06 Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-07 Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-07 Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-09-/E Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-09-/E Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-50 Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-50 Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-51 Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-52 Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-70 Enterprise
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-70 Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-80-/A Standard
Hitachi Jp1/ Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 08-80-/A Enterprise
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 01-00
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 01-01
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 06-00
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 06-00-/A
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-50 Standard
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-50 Enterprise
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-55 Standard
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-55 Enterprise
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-57 Standard
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-57 Enterprise
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-59 Standard
Hitachi Serverconductor / Deployment Manager 07-59 Enterprise
Reported:

Dec 15, 2011

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