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AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution
ESB-2005.0371 -- Sun Alert Notification 57771
A Limited Number of Sun StorEdge 6130 Arrays May be
Vulnerable to Unauthorized Access
9 May 2005
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: Sun StorEdge 6130 Array (SE6130)
Publisher: Sun Microsystems
Impact: Delete Arbitrary Files
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Sun(sm) Alert Notification
* Sun Alert ID: 57771
* A Limited Number of Sun StorEdge 6130 Arrays May be Vulnerable to
* Category: Security
* Product: Sun StorEdge 6130 Array (SE6130)
* BugIDs: 6244556
* Avoidance: Workaround
* State: Resolved
* Date Released: 05-May-2005
* Date Closed: 05-May-2005
* Date Modified:
1. Impact A local or remote unprivileged user may be able to gain
unauthorized access to a limited number of Sun StorEdge 6130 arrays
(SE6130). With this access, the user could delete data on the array.
2. Contributing Factors This issue can occur on the following
* Sun StorEdge 6130 arrays with a serial number in the range of
0451AWF00G - 0513AWF00J
1. The described issue only affects Controller Arrays. Expansion
trays are not affected.
2. SE6130 Controller Arrays with serial numbers outside the range
above are not impacted by this issue.
The Sun StorEdge Configuration Service (SSCS) commands can be used to
determine the serial number of a Sun StorEdge 6130 array as shown in
the example below:
1. Login to SSCS using the sscs(1M) comand line utility:
% /opt/se6x20/cli/bin/sscs login -h <management_host_name> -u <user>
2. To list the array(s) managed by this management host:
% /opt/se6x20/cli/bin/sscs list array
3. To list the details (including the serial number) of each array:
% /opt/se6x20/cli/bin/sscs list array <array_name>
Serial Number: SUN.54062390100.0428AWF006
Firmware Version: 06.12.03.10
Array WWN: 60:0A:0B:80:00:16:AB:12:00:00:00:00:41:23:4B:E2
Node WWN: 20:04:00:A0:B8:16:AB:12
Default Host Type: Solaris (with Traffic Manager)
Default Cache Block Size: 16384
Default Cache Start %: 80
Default Cache Stop %: 80
Disk Scrubbing: 30 days
Failover Alert Delay: 5 minutes
Hot Spare Pool Disks: 1
Tray ID: 1
Host: host 1
Pool: Pool 1-1
Pool: Pool 2
Pool: Pool 3
Pool: Pool 1
4. Logout of SSCS
% /opt/se6x20/cli/bin/sscs logout
3. Symptoms There are no predictable symptoms that would indicate the
described issue has been exploited.
4. Relief/Workaround There is no workaround. Please see the
"Resolution" section below.
5. Resolution Customers with an array that falls within the serial
number range defined above should contact their Sun authorized service
provider and reference this Sun Alert to obtain a utility which will
resolve this issue.
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