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Revision:  363221
Date:      2014-07-28
Time:      18:38:13Z
Committer: cs

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f8a913cc-1322-11e3-8ffa-20cf30e32f6dsvnserve is vulnerable to a local privilege escalation vulnerability via symlink attack.

Subversion Project reports:

svnserve takes a --pid-file option which creates a file containing the process id it is running as. It does not take steps to ensure that the file it has been directed at is not a symlink. If the pid file is in a directory writeable by unprivileged users, the destination could be replaced by a symlink allowing for privilege escalation. svnserve does not create a pid file by default.

All versions are only vulnerable when the --pid-file=ARG option is used.


Discovery 2013-08-30
Entry 2013-09-02
subversion
ge 1.4.0 lt 1.6.23_2

ge 1.7.0 lt 1.7.13

ge 1.8.0 lt 1.8.3

CVE-2013-4277
http://subversion.apache.org/security/CVE-2013-4277-advisory.txt
2ae24334-f2e6-11e2-8346-001e8c75030dsubversion -- remotely triggerable "Assertion failed" DoS vulnerability or read overflow.

Subversion Project reports:

Subversion's mod_dav_svn Apache HTTPD server module will trigger an assertion on some requests made against a revision root. This can lead to a DoS. If assertions are disabled it will trigger a read overflow which may cause a SEGFAULT (or equivalent) or undefined behavior.

Commit access is required to exploit this.


Discovery 2013-07-19
Entry 2013-07-24
Modified 2013-07-25
subversion
ge 1.8.0 lt 1.8.1

ge 1.7.0 lt 1.7.11

CVE-2013-4131
http://subversion.apache.org/security/CVE-2013-4131-advisory.txt