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UNIRAS Brief - 632/05 - Symantec - Three Veritas Technical Advisories



 
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   UNIRAS (UK Govt CERT) Briefing Notice - 632/05 dated 15.08.05  Time: 14:55  
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Symantec - Three Veritas Technical Advisories


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Symantec have issued three technical advisories relating to Veritas products.
The following are extracts from the advisories and links to the advisory web pages:


1.  VERITAS NetBackup (tm) for NetWare Media Servers Security Advisory: 
    Unauthorized downloading of arbitrary files 

"This is a critical technical issue for:
VERITAS NetBackup BusinessServer 
VERITAS NetBackup DataCenter 
VERITAS NetBackup Enterprise Server 
VERITAS NetBackup Server 
VERITAS NetBackup for NetWare Media Servers"

"NetBackup for NetWare Media Servers is susceptible to a vulnerability regarding 
the unauthorized downloading of arbitrary files.  A remote attacker can exploit 
this vulnerability and download arbitrary files from the NetWare media server. A 
metasploit framework exploit is available and there are reports of this 
vulnerability currently being exploited in the wild. This exploit can be performed 
on media servers running the NetWare Media Server option.  This exploit is 
specific to systems running the NetWare Media Server option and does not affect 
the Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP) agent."

http://support.veritas.com/docs/278430



2.  VERITAS Backup Exec for NetWare Servers Security Advisory: Unauthorized 
    downloading of arbitrary files 

"This is a critical technical issue for: 
VERITAS Backup Exec 9.0 and 9.1 for NetWare Servers"

"Backup Exec 9.0 and 9.1 for NetWare Servers is susceptible to a vulnerability that 
may allow an unauthorized remote attacker to download arbitrary files. A metasploit 
framework exploit is available and there are reports of this vulnerability currently 
being exploited in the wild. Backup Exec media servers as well as machines using the 
Remote Agent for NetWare (RANW) or Remote Agent for Windows Servers (RAWS) are 
susceptible to this vulnerability.

Note: The risk for this issue can be substantially mitigated if port 10000 is not 
available outside of the perimeter network."

http://support.veritas.com/docs/278431



3.  VERITAS Backup Exec for Windows Servers Security Advisory: Unauthorized 
    downloading of arbitrary files 

"This is a critical technical issue for: 
VERITAS Backup Exec for Windows Servers" 

"Backup Exec for Windows Servers versions 8.6, 9.0, 9.1 and 10.0 are susceptible to 
a vulnerability that may allow an unauthorized remote attacker to download arbitrary 
files. A metasploit framework exploit is available, and there are reports of this 
vulnerability currently being exploited in the wild. Backup Exec media servers as 
well as machines using the Remote Agent for Windows Servers (RAWS) and Remote Agent 
For Linux and Unix Servers (RALUS) are susceptible to this vulnerability.

Note: The risk for this issue can be substantially mitigated if port 10000 is not 
available outside of the perimeter network."

http://support.veritas.com/docs/278434


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UNIRAS wishes to acknowledge the contributions of Symantec for the information 
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