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Revision:  368515
Date:      2014-09-18
Time:      19:53:09Z
Committer: madpilot

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dd698b76-42f7-11e1-a1b6-14dae9ebcf89asterisk -- SRTP Video Remote Crash Vulnerability

Asterisk project reports:

An attacker attempting to negotiate a secure video stream can crash Asterisk if video support has not been enabled and the res_srtp Asterisk module is loaded.


Discovery 2012-01-15
Entry 2012-01-20
Modified 2013-06-19
asterisk18
lt 1.8.8.2

asterisk10
lt 10.0.1

http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/security/AST-2012-001.html
0c39bafc-6771-11e3-868f-0025905a4771asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities

The Asterisk project reports:

A 16 bit SMS message that contains an odd message length value will cause the message decoding loop to run forever. The message buffer is not on the stack but will be overflowed resulting in corrupted memory and an immediate crash.

External control protocols, such as the Asterisk Manager Interface, often have the ability to get and set channel variables; this allows the execution of dialplan functions. Dialplan functions within Asterisk are incredibly powerful, which is wonderful for building applications using Asterisk. But during the read or write execution, certain diaplan functions do much more. For example, reading the SHELL() function can execute arbitrary commands on the system Asterisk is running on. Writing to the FILE() function can change any file that Asterisk has write access to. When these functions are executed from an external protocol, that execution could result in a privilege escalation.


Discovery 2013-12-16
Entry 2013-12-17
asterisk10
lt 10.12.4

asterisk11
lt 11.6.1

asterisk18
lt 1.8.24.1

CVE-2013-7100
http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/security/AST-2013-006.pdf
http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/security/AST-2013-007.pdf
https://www.asterisk.org/security