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Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 12:54:07 +0100
From: S21sec Labs <labs@...sec.com>
To: full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk, bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: WzdFTPD < 8.1 Denial of service

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                      - S21Sec Advisory -

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     Title:   WzdFTPD Denial of Service
        ID:   S21SEC-033-en
  Severity:   Medium - Denial of Service
   History:   26.Dic.2006 Vulnerability discovered
                      8.Ene.2007 Vendor contacted

     Scope:   FTP Server Denial of Service
Platforms:   Any
    Author:   Jose Miguel Esparza (jesparza@...sec.com)
       URL:   http://www.s21sec.com/avisos/s21sec-033-en.txt
   Release:   Public

[ SUMMARY ]

WzdFTPD is a ftp server designed to be modular and portable, work  
under linux/win32/freebsd/openbsd, and to be entirely configurable  
online using SITE commands. It supports SSL, IPv6, multithreading,  
external scripts, and it uses Unix-like permissions and ACLs, with  
virtual users and groups.

WzdFTPD project also supports bandwith limitation (per user, per  
group, or globally), group administrators, and per command  
authorization.


[ AFFECTED VERSIONS ]

Following versions are affected with this issue:

	- WzdFTPD v8.0 and prior.
         - Lastest version (8.1) is not affected by this vulnerability.


[ DESCRIPTION ]

It's possible to cause a denial of service sending a special crafted  
FTP command.


[ WORKAROUND ]

Add "key != NULL" condition in the chtbl_lookup function of the  
hash.c file until vendor solution or upgrade to 8.1.


[ ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ]

These vulnerabilities have been found and researched by:

	- Jose Miguel Esparza <jesparza@...sec.com> S21Sec

With thanks to:

	- David Barroso <dbarroso@...sec.com> S21Sec	


[ REFERENCES ]

* WzdFTPD
   http://www.wzdftpd.net/

* S21Sec
   http://www.s21sec.com

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