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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

                          ESB-2007.0237 -- [Win]
       Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Content Management Server Could
                        Allow Remote Code Execution
                               11 April 2007


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:              Microsoft Content Management Server 2001 SP1 and prior
                      Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 SP2 and prior
Publisher:            Microsoft
Operating System:     Windows
Impact:               Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
                      Cross-site Scripting
                      Inappropriate Access
Access:               Remote/Unauthenticated
CVE Names:            CVE-2007-0939 CVE-2007-0938

Original Bulletin:    

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MS07-018 - Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Content Management Server Could 
           Allow Remote Code Execution (925939)

Affected Software:
   -Microsoft Content Management Server 2001 Service Pack 1
   -Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Service Pack 2

Full MS07-018 advisory:

Vulnerability Details

CMS Memory Corruption Vulnerability - CVE-2007-0938

    A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Content Management
    Server because of the way that it handles a specially crafted HTTP request.

    An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could take
    complete control of an affected system. An attacker could then install
    programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with
    full user rights.

Cross-site Scripting and 
Spoofing Vulnerability in CMS Vulnerability - CVE-2007-0939

    A cross-site scripting and spoofing vulnerability exists in Microsoft
    Content Management Server (MCMS). The vulnerability could allow the
    injection of a client-side script in the user's browser. In a Web-based
    attack scenario a compromised Web site could accept or host
    user-provided content or advertisements which could contain specially
    crafted content that could exploit this vulnerability.

    The script could take any action on the user's behalf that the Web
    site is authorized to take. This could include monitoring the Web
    session and forwarding information to a third party, running other
    code on the user's system, and reading or writing cookies.

    It may also be possible for an attacker to exploit this vulnerability
    to modify Web browser caches and intermediate proxy server caches,
    and put spoofed content in those caches.

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