OpenSSL up to 0.9.8/1.0.0q/1.0.1l/1.0.2 SSLv2 s2_srvr.c get_client_master_key CLIENT-MASTER-KEY CLEAR-KEY-LENGTH information disclosure
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A vulnerability, which was classified as critical, was found in OpenSSL up to 0.9.8/1.0.0q/1.0.1l/1.0.2 (Network Encryption Software). Affected is the function
get_client_master_key of the file s2_srvr.c of the component SSLv2 Handler. The manipulation of the argument
CLIENT-MASTER-KEY CLEAR-KEY-LENGTH with an unknown input leads to a information disclosure vulnerability. CWE is classifying the issue as CWE-200. This is going to have an impact on confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
The weakness was presented 03/02/2016 by Alex with University of Michigan (Website). The advisory is available at git.openssl.org. This vulnerability is traded as CVE-2016-0703 since 12/16/2015. It is possible to launch the attack remotely. The exploitation doesn't require any form of authentication. Technical details are known, but there is no available exploit.
The vulnerability scanner Nessus provides a plugin with the ID 82783 (CentOS 5 : openssl (CESA-2015:0800) (FREAK)), which helps to determine the existence of the flaw in a target environment. It is assigned to the family CentOS Local Security Checks and running in the context local. The commercial vulnerability scanner Qualys is able to test this issue with plugin 350021 (Amazon Linux Security Advisory for openssl098e: ALAS-2016-682).
Upgrading to version 0.9.8zf, 1.0.0r, 1.0.1m or 1.0.2a eliminates this vulnerability. A possible mitigation has been published even before and not after the disclosure of the vulnerability.
The vulnerability is also documented in the databases at SecurityFocus (BID 83743), X-Force (111145), Vulnerability Center (SBV-56994) and Tenable (82783). See 68520, 74747, 81112 and 81139 for similar entries.
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VulDB Meta Temp Score: 5.2
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Nessus ID: 82783
Nessus Name: CentOS 5 : openssl (CESA-2015:0800) (FREAK)
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OpenVAS ID: 14611
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Upgrade: OpenSSL 0.9.8zf/1.0.0r/1.0.1m/1.0.2a
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Organization: University of Michigan
CVE: CVE-2016-0703 (🔍)
SecurityFocus: 83743 - OpenSSL CVE-2016-0703 Information Disclosure Vulnerability
X-Force: 111145 - OpenSSL s2_srvr.c security bypass
Vulnerability Center: 56994 - OpenSSL Remote Session Key Recovery in SSLv2 - CVE-2016-0703, Medium
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EntryCreated: 03/03/2016 10:19 AM
Updated: 09/01/2018 08:38 AM
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