Intel System CU 14.0 / 14.1 Buffer Overflow

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  • Intel System CU versions 14.0 and 14.1 suffer from a buffer overflow vulnerability.
    MD5 | eb846c95a5557b45f2f5ae448248b0cf

    Document Title:  
    Intel System CU - Buffer Overflow (Denial of Service) Vulnerability  
    References (Source):  
    Security ID: INTEL-SA-00134  
    Release Date:  
    Vulnerability Laboratory ID (VL-ID):  
    Common Vulnerability Scoring System:  
    Vulnerability Class:  
    Buffer Overflow  
    Current Estimated Price:  
    3.000a! - 4.000a!  
    Abstract Advisory Information:  
    The vulnerability laboratory core research team discovered a local  
    buffer overflow vulnerability in the official Intel System CU 14.0 and 14.1.  
    Vulnerability Disclosure Timeline:  
    2018-05-15: Release Date (Intel)  
    2018-07-11: Public Disclosure (Vulnerability Laboratory)  
    Discovery Status:  
    Affected Product(s):  
    Intel Systems  
    Product: Intel System - CU (Utilities) 14.0 build & 14.1 build - (IntelA(r)  
    C620 Series Chipsets b19)  
    Exploitation Technique:  
    Severity Level:  
    Authentication Type:  
    Restricted authentication (user/moderator) - User privileges  
    User Interaction:  
    No User Interaction  
    Disclosure Type:  
    Bug Bounty Program  
    Technical Details & Description:  
    A local buffer overflow vulnerability has been discovered in the  
    official Intel System CU 14.0 and 14.1 utilities.  
    The vulnerability can be exploited by local attackers to overwrite  
    active registers to compromise the process or  
    affected computer system.  
    Intel system configuration utilities are vulnerable to a denial of  
    service, caused by a classic buffer overflow.  
    By sending a specially-crafted request, a local authenticated attacker  
    could exploit this vulnerability to cause  
    a denial of service condition.  
    Affected are versions of syscfg.exe before release 14.0 build 16 or for  
    systems based on IntelA(r) C620 Series  
    Chipsets 14.1 build 19. Affected are Versions of selview.exe before  
    release 14.0 build 21 or for systems based  
    on IntelA(r) C620 Series Chipsets before 14.0 build 11.  
    Exploitation of the local buffer overflow vulnerability requires no user  
    interaction and system process privileges.  
    Successful exploitation of the buffer overflow vulnerability results in  
    a compromise of the local system process or  
    affected computer system.  
    Vulnerable File(s):  
    [+] syscfg.exe  
    [+] selview.exe  
    Security Risk:  
    The security risk of the exploitable local buffer overflow vulnerability  
    in the utilities software is estimated as medium.  
    Credits & Authors:  
    S.AbenMassaoud -  
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