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AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution
ESB-2009.0363 -- [Win]
EMC RepliStor: Execute Arbitrary Code
16 April 2009
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: EMC RepliStor
Operating System: Windows
Impact: Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
CVE Names: CVE-2009-1119
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FGA-2009-003:EMC RepliStor Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
Fortinet's FortiGuard Global Security Research Team has discovered a
buffer overflow vulnerability in EMC RepliStor.
Remote code execution.
EMC RepliStor 6.2 SP4 and earlier
EMC RepliStor 6.3 SP1 and earlier
A remote, unauthenticated user may connect over TCP to the
"ctrlservice.exe" or "rep_srv.exe" process and send a specially-crafted
message to cause a heap based buffer overflow, which can result in
arbitrary code execution.
The FortiGuard Global Security Research Team released the signature
Users should use EMC's Powerlink solution to upgrade to the following
EMC RepliStor products:
RepliStor 6.2 SP5: Navigate in Powerlink to Home > Support > Software
Downloads and Licensing > Downloads P-R >RepliStor 6.2 SP5
RepliStor 6.3 SP2: Navigate in Powerlink to Home > Support > Software
Downloads and Licensing > Downloads P-R >RepliStor 6.3 SP2
Fortinet customers who subscribe to Fortinet's intrusion prevention
(IPS) service should be protected against this buffer overflow
vulnerability. Fortinet¡¯s IPS service is one component of FortiGuard
Subscription Services, which also offer comprehensive solutions such as
antivirus, Web content filtering and antispam capabilities. These
services enable protection against threats on both application and
network layers. FortiGuard Services are continuously updated by the
FortiGuard Global Security Research Team, which enables Fortinet to
deliver a combination of multi-layered security intelligence and true
zero-day protection from new and emerging threats. These updates are
delivered to all FortiGate, FortiMail and FortiClient products.
Fortinet strictly follows responsible disclosure guidelines to ensure
optimum protection during a threat's lifecycle.
EMC Powerlink: powerlink.emc.com
CVE ID: CVE-2009-1119
Zhenhua Liu of Fortinet's FortiGuard Global Security Research Team
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accuracy or completeness of the information. More specific information
is available on request from Fortinet. Please note that Fortinet's
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as such in a duly signed writing.
About Fortinet ( www.fortinet.com ):
Fortinet is the pioneer and leading provider of ASIC-accelerated
unified threat management, or UTM, security systems, which are used by
enterprises and service providers to increase their security while
reducing total operating costs. Fortinet solutions were built from the
ground up to integrate multiple levels of security protection--
including firewall, antivirus, intrusion prevention, VPN, spyware
prevention and anti-spam -- designed to help customers protect against
network and content level threats. Leveraging a custom ASIC and unified
interface, Fortinet solutions offer advanced security functionality
that scales from remote office to chassis-based solutions with
integrated management and reporting. Fortinet solutions have won
multiple awards around the world and are the only security products
that are certified in six programs by ICSA Labs: (Firewall, Antivirus,
IPSec, SSL, Network IPS, and Anti-Spyware). Fortinet is privately held
and based in Sunnyvale, California.
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