VDB-52089 · CVE-2010-0932 · BID 36261

Perforce server 2008.1 input validation

CVSS Meta Temp Score
CVSS is a standardized scoring system to determine possibilities of attacks. The Temp Score considers temporal factors like disclosure, exploit and countermeasures. The unique Meta Score calculates the average score of different sources to provide a normalized scoring system.
Current Exploit Price (≈)
Our analysts are monitoring exploit markets and are in contact with vulnerability brokers. The range indicates the observed or calculated exploit price to be seen on exploit markets. A good indicator to understand the monetary effort required for and the popularity of an attack.
CTI Interest Score
Our Cyber Threat Intelligence team is monitoring different web sites, mailing lists, exploit markets and social media networks. The CTI Interest Score identifies the interest of attackers and the security community for this specific vulnerability in real-time. A high score indicates an elevated risk to be targeted for this vulnerability.
5.3$0-$5k0.00

A vulnerability was found in Perforce server 2008.1. It has been classified as problematic. This affects some unknown functionality. The manipulation with an unknown input leads to a input validation vulnerability. CWE is classifying the issue as CWE-20. The product receives input or data, but it does not validate or incorrectly validates that the input has the properties that are required to process the data safely and correctly. This is going to have an impact on availability. The summary by CVE is:

The FTP server in Perforce Server 2008.1 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (NULL pointer dereference and daemon crash) via a certain MKD command.

The weakness was shared 03/05/2010 with Intevydis (Website). The advisory is shared at securityfocus.com. This vulnerability is uniquely identified as CVE-2010-0932. The exploitability is told to be easy. It is possible to initiate the attack remotely. No form of authentication is needed for exploitation. Neither technical details nor an exploit are publicly available.

There is no information about possible countermeasures known. It may be suggested to replace the affected object with an alternative product.

The vulnerability is also documented in the vulnerability database at Vulnerability Center (SBV-26326). The entries 52092, 52091, 52090 and 52088 are related to this item.

Productinfo

Vendor

Name

CPE 2.3info

CPE 2.2info

CVSSv3info

VulDB Meta Base Score: 5.3
VulDB Meta Temp Score: 5.3

VulDB Base Score: 5.3
VulDB Temp Score: 5.3
VulDB Vector: 🔍
VulDB Reliability: 🔍

CVSSv2info

AVACAuCIA
🔍🔍🔍🔍🔍🔍
🔍🔍🔍🔍🔍🔍
🔍🔍🔍🔍🔍🔍
VectorComplexityAuthenticationConfidentialityIntegrityAvailability
unlockunlockunlockunlockunlockunlock
unlockunlockunlockunlockunlockunlock
unlockunlockunlockunlockunlockunlock

VulDB Base Score: 🔍
VulDB Temp Score: 🔍
VulDB Reliability: 🔍

NVD Base Score: 🔍

Exploitinginfo

Class: Input validation
CWE: CWE-20
ATT&CK: Unknown

Local: No
Remote: Yes

Availability: 🔍
Status: Not defined

EPSS Score: 🔍
EPSS Percentile: 🔍

Price Prediction: 🔍
Current Price Estimation: 🔍

0-Dayunlockunlockunlockunlock
Todayunlockunlockunlockunlock

Threat Intelligenceinfo

Interest: 🔍
Active Actors: 🔍
Active APT Groups: 🔍

Countermeasuresinfo

Recommended: no mitigation known
Status: 🔍

0-Day Time: 🔍

Timelineinfo

09/03/2009 🔍
09/03/2009 +0 days 🔍
03/05/2010 +182 days 🔍
03/05/2010 +0 days 🔍
03/05/2010 +0 days 🔍
07/07/2010 +124 days 🔍
03/19/2015 +1716 days 🔍
09/05/2021 +2362 days 🔍

Sourcesinfo

Advisory: securityfocus.com [404 Not Found]
Organization: Intevydis
Status: Not defined

CVE: CVE-2010-0932 (🔍)
Vulnerability Center: 26326 - Perforce Server 2008.1 FTP Server Remote DoS Vulnerability via a Certain MKD Command, Medium
SecurityFocus: 36261 - Perforce Multiple Remote Security Vulnerabilities

See also: 🔍

Entryinfo

Created: 03/19/2015 12:22 PM
Updated: 09/05/2021 08:18 AM
Changes: 03/19/2015 12:22 PM (46), 02/28/2017 11:37 AM (10), 09/05/2021 08:18 AM (3)
Complete: 🔍

Discussion

No comments yet. Languages: en.

Please log in to comment.

Interested in the pricing of exploits?

See the underground prices here!