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               sol17248: OpenSSL vulnerability CVE-2010-0742
                             10 September 2015


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           F5 products
Publisher:         F5 Networks
Operating System:  Network Appliance
Impact/Access:     Denial of Service -- Remote/Unauthenticated
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:         CVE-2010-0742  

Reference:         ASB-2010.0135

Original Bulletin: 

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sol17248: OpenSSL vulnerability CVE-2010-0742 

Security Advisory

Original Publication Date: 09/09/2015
The vulnerability described in this article has been resolved, or does
not affect any F5 products. There will be no further updates, unless new
information is discovered.


The Cryptographic Message Syntax (CMS) implementation in
crypto/cms/cms_asn1.c in OpenSSL before 0.9.8o and 1.x before 1.0.0a does
not properly handle structures that contain OriginatorInfo, which allows
context-dependent attackers to modify invalid memory locations or conduct
double-free attacks, and possibly execute arbitrary code, via unspecified
vectors. (CVE-2010-0742)


A locally authenticated attacker may be able to exploit OpenSSL to modify
invalid memory locations or conduct double-free attacks, and execute
arbitrary code. However, affected F5 products that contain the vulnerable
software component do not use the components in a way that exposes this
vulnerability. There are no remote access vectors for this issue, and
there is no data plane exposure.


F5 Product Development has assigned ID 539970 (BIG-IP) to this
vulnerability, and has evaluated the currently supported releases for
potential vulnerability.

To determine if your release is known to be vulnerable, the components
or features that are affected by the vulnerability, and for information
about releases or hotfixes that address the vulnerability, refer to the
following table:

Product		Versions known to be vulnerable		Versions known to be not vulnerable     Severity	Vulnerable component or feature
BIG-IP LTM	10.1.0 - 10.2.4				12.0.0					Low		OpenSSL
							11.0.0 - 11.6.0

BIG-IP AAM	None					12.0.0					Not vulnerable	None
							11.4.0 - 11.6.0

BIG-IP AFM	None					12.0.0					Not vulnerable	None
							11.3.0 - 11.6.0

BIG-IP 		None					12.0.0					Not vulnerable	None
Analytics						11.0.0 - 11.6.0

BIG-IP APM	10.1.0 - 10.2.4				12.0.0					Low		OpenSSL
							11.0.0 - 11.6.0

BIG-IP ASM	10.1.0 - 10.2.4				12.0.0					Low		OpenSSL
							11.0.0 - 11.6.0

BIG-IP DNS	None					12.0.0					Not vulnerable	None

BIG-IP Edge 	10.1.0 - 10.2.4				11.0.0 - 11.3.0				Low		OpenSSL

BIG-IP GTM	10.1.0 - 10.2.4				11.0.0 - 11.6.0				Low		OpenSSL

BIG-IP Link 	10.1.0 - 10.2.4				2.0.0					Low		OpenSSL
Controller						11.0.0 - 11.6.0

BIG-IP PEM	None					12.0.0					Not vulnerable	None
							11.3.0 - 11.6.0

BIG-IP PSM	10.1.0 - 10.2.4				11.0.0 - 11.4.1				Low		OpenSSL

BIG-IP		10.1.0 - 10.2.4				11.0.0 - 11.3.0				Low		OpenSSL

BIG-IP WOM	10.1.0 - 10.2.4				11.0.0 - 11.3.0				Low		OpenSSL

ARX		None					6.0.0 - 6.4.0				Not vulnerable	None

Enterprise 	None					3.0.0 - 3.1.1				Not vulnerable	None

FirePass	None					7.0.0					Not vulnerable	None
							6.0.0 - 6.1.0
BIG-IQ Cloud	None					4.0.0 - 4.5.0				Not vulnerable	None

BIG-IQ Device	None					4.2.0 - 4.5.0				Not vulnerable	None

BIG-IQ Security	None					4.0.0 - 4.5.0				Not vulnerable	None

BIG-IQ ADC	None					4.5.0					Not vulnerable	None

LineRate	None					2.5.0 - 2.6.1				Not vulnerable	None

F5 WebSafe	None					1.0.0					Not vulnerable	None
Traffix SDC	None					4.0.0 - 4.4.0				Not vulnerable	None
							3.3.2 - 3.5.1	
Note: As of February 17, 2015, AskF5 Security Advisory articles include
the Severity value. Security Advisory articles published before this date
do not list a Severity value.

Recommended Action

If the previous table lists a version in the Versions known to be not
vulnerable column, you can eliminate this vulnerability by upgrading to
the listed version. If the listed version is older than the version you
are currently running, or if the table does not list any version in the
column, then no upgrade candidate currently exists.

F5 responds to vulnerabilities in accordance with the Severity values
published in the previous table. The Severity values and other security
vulnerability parameters are defined in SOL4602: Overview of the F5 security
vulnerability response policy.

To mitigate this vulnerability for affected F5 products, you should only
permit management access to F5 products over a secure network and limit
shell access to trusted users. For more information about securing access
to BIG-IP/Enterprise Manager systems, refer to SOL13309: Restricting access
to the Configuration utility by source IP address (11.x) and SOL13092:
Overview of securing access to the BIG-IP system.

Supplemental Information

    SOL9970: Subscribing to email notifications regarding F5 products
    SOL9957: Creating a custom RSS feed to view new and updated documents
    SOL4602: Overview of the F5 security vulnerability response policy
    SOL4918: Overview of the F5 critical issue hotfix policy
    SOL167: Downloading software and firmware from F5

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