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CVE-2013-3662 - Sketchup MAC Pict Material Palette Stack Corruption

If you are still using an old version of SketchUp(8M2) you should upgrade it.

Title: Sketchup MAC Pict Material Palette Stack Corruption
Product: Google SketchUp
Advisory ID: BINA-20111201
CVE ID: CVE-2013-3662
Class: Boundary Error Condition (Buffer Overflow)
Vulnerability class: Client side/ file format
Permalink: http://binamuse.com/advisories/BINA-20111201.txt
Vendor notified on: 2011-07-18
Patch/Fix Released: 2011-12-01
Advisory Published: 2013-05-23

Vulnerability Description:

 SketchUp is a 3D modeling program marketed by Google (2011) and designed
 for architectural, civil, and mechanical engineers as well as filmmakers,
 game developers, and related professions.

 SketchUp fails to validate the input when parsing an embedded MACPict
 texture. Arbitrary code execution is proved possible after a malicious
 texture or thumbnail or background image triggers a stack overflow.
 The issue can also be triggered when Windows Explorer reads the embedded
 thumbnail in a .skp file.

Vulnerable Packages:

 SketchUp 8 - Maintenance 1
 SketchUp 8
 SketchUp 7.1 - Maintenance 2
 SketchUp 7.1 - Maintenance 1
 SketchUp 7.1
 SketchUp 7     - Maintenance 1
 SketchUp Pro 6 - Maintenance 6

Not Vulnerable Packages:

 SketchUp 8 - Maintenance 2 and abobe

Solution/Vendor Information/Workaround:
 Upgrade to Sketchup 2013
 URL: http://www.sketchup.com/products/sketchup-pro/new-in-2013

 Or to get the latest version of SketchUp 8:
  Windows: Choose Help > Check for Update
  Mac: Choose SketchUp > Check Web for Update


 This vulnerability was found by Felipe Andres Manzano of the
 Binamuse Vulnerability Research Team, http://binamuse.com

Technical Description:

 Sketchup fails to validate the input when parsing an embedded MAC Pict
 texture, leading to an arbitrary stack offset overwrite and finally to an
 arbitrary code execution.

 The native SketchUp fileformat can handle textured 3D content. Sketchup
 can create realistic materials taken from image files such as jpg pictures
 taken with a digital camera. A number of this images can be embedded into
 the main .skp file and loaded every time the 3D scene is open.

 The bug is triggered when SketchUp loads the color palette table of a
 MAC Pict material (or embedded image).

    '' In the Windows version 8.0.4811 the function responsible
       for the pallete loading can be found at address 0x8849B0  ''

 A MAC Pict file can hold palettes of up to 64k colors. It is encoded so the
 number of colors to read from the file is the first 16bit unsigned value of the
 encoded palette.

   '>H'  numColors

 Then it follows a list of up to numColors palette entries.

     '>H'  color index
     'BBB' RGB
   ] * numColors

 Each entry is a pair of index and RGB color and the entries can be put in any
 order. The only constraint is that each index must be less or equal
than numColor.
 SketchUp reads this potentially 64k entries length table in a 256
entries length
 stack buffer.

 Thus, is fair to say that an almost arbitrary offset of the stack can
be written
 with an almost arbitrary value. Playing with the stacked local values of the
 calling functions it is possible to capture the execution flow and execute
 arbitrary code.




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