Wireshark Analyzer 2.0.2

Wireshark is a GTK+-based network protocol analyzer that lets you capture and interactively browse the contents of network frames. The goal of the project is to create a commercial-quality analyzer for Unix and Win32 and to give Wireshark features that are missing from closed-source sniffers.

OpenSSH 7.2p1

This is a Linux/portable port of OpenBSD’s excellent OpenSSH. OpenSSH is based on the last free version of Tatu Ylonen’s SSH with all patent-encumbered algorithms removed, all known security bugs fixed, new features reintroduced, and many other clean-ups.

NETGEAR ProSafe Network Management System 300 Arbitrary File Upload

Netgear’s ProSafe NMS300 is a network management utility that runs on Windows systems. The application has a file upload vulnerability that can be exploited by an unauthenticated remote attacker to execute code as the SYSTEM user. Two servlets are vulnerable, FileUploadController (located at /lib-1.0/external/flash/fileUpload.do) and FileUpload2Controller (located at /fileUpload.do). This Metasploit module exploits the latter, and has been tested with versions, and

Qualcomm Adreno GPU MSM Driver Perfcounter Query Heap Overflow

The Adreno GPU driver for the MSM Linux kernel contains a heap overflow in the IOCTL_KGSL_PERFCOUNTER_QUERY ioctl command. The bug results from an incorrect conversion to a signed type when calculating the minimum count value for the query option. This results in a negative integer being used to calculate the size of a buffer, which can result in an integer overflow and a small sized allocation on 32-bit systems.

ASAN/SUID Local Root Exploit

This script exploits er, unsanitized env var passing in ASAN which leads to file clobbering as root when executing setuid root binaries compiled with ASAN. It uses an overwrite of /etc/ld.so.preload to get root on a vulnerable system. You can supply your own target binary to use for exploitation.

Red Hat Security Advisory 2016-0309-01

Red Hat Security Advisory 2016-0309-01 – OpenStack Image Service provides discovery, registration, and delivery services for disk and server images. The service provides the ability to copy or snapshot a server image, and immediately store it away. Stored images can be used as a template to get new servers up and running quickly and more consistently than installing a server operating system and individually configuring additional services. An authorization vulnerability in OpenStack Image service was discovered, which allowed image-status manipulation using locations. By removing the last location of an image, an authenticated user could change the status from ‘active’ to ‘queue’. A malicious tenant could exploit this flaw to silently replace owned image data, regardless of its original creator or visibility settings. Only environments with show_multiple_locations set to true were affected.