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Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2006 15:32:45 -0300
From: Mariano Nuñez Di Croce <mnunez@...sec.com>
To: full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk
Subject: CYBSEC - Security Pre-Advisory: SAP Internet
 Graphics Service (IGS) Remote Arbitrary File Removal

(The following pre-advisory is also available in PDF format for download at:
http://www.cybsec.com/vuln/CYBSEC-Security_Pre-Advisory_SAP_IGS_Remote_Arbitrary_File_Removal.pdf  )


CYBSEC S.A.
www.cybsec.com

Pre-Advisory Name: SAP Internet Graphics Service (IGS) Remote Arbitrary File Removal
==================

Vulnerability Class: Path Traversal
====================

Release Date: 12/05/2006
=============

Affected Applications:
======================
* SAP IGS 6.40 Patchlevel <= 16
* SAP IGS 7.00 Patchlevel <= 6


Affected Platforms:
===================
* AIX 64 bits
* HP-UX on IA64 64bit
* HP-UX on PA-RISC 64bit
* Linux on IA32 32bit
* Linux on IA64 64bit
* Linux on Power 64bit
* Linux on x86_64 64bit
* Linux on zSeries 64bit
* OS/400 V5R2M0
* Solaris on SPARC 64bit
* TRU64 64bit
* Windows Server on IA32 32bit
* Windows Server on IA64 64bit
* Windows Server on x64 64bit

Local / Remote: Remote
===============

Severity: High
=========

Author:  Mariano Nuñez Di Croce
=======

Vendor Status:
==============
* Confirmed, update released.

Reference to Vulnerability Disclosure Policy:
=============================================
http://www.cybsec.com/vulnerability_policy.pdf

Product Overview:
==================
"The IGS provides a server architecture where data from an SAP System or other sources can be used to generate graphical or non-graphical output."

It is important to note that IGS is installed and activated by default with the Web Application Server (versions >= 6.30)

Vulnerability Description:
==========================
A specially crafted HTTP request can remove any file located in SAP IGS file-system.

Technical Details:
==================
Technical details will be released three months after publication of this pre-advisory. This was agreed upon with SAP to allow their customers to
upgrade affected software prior to technical knowledge been publicly available.

Impact:
=======
Under UNIX systems, successful exploitation of this vulnerability may allow an attacker to remotely remove files existing on the SAP IGS file-system.
These files must have write permission for SAP System Administrator account (<SID>adm).

Under Microsoft Windows systems, successful exploitation of this vulnerability may allow an attacker to remove any files existing on the SAP IGS
file-system.

Solutions:
==========
SAP has released patches to address this vulnerability. Affected customers should apply the patches immediately.

Vendor Response:
================
* 11/03/2006: Initial Vendor Contact.
* 11/06/2006: Vendor Confirmed Vulnerability.
* 11/29/2006: Vendor Releases Update for version 6.40.
* 11/29/2006: Vendor Releases Update for version 7.00.
* 12/05/2006: Pre-Advisory Public Disclosure.


Special Thanks:
===============
Thanks goes to Carlos Diaz and Victor Montero.

Contact Information:
====================
For more information regarding the vulnerability feel free to contact the author at mnunez {at} cybsec.com. Please bear in mind that technical details
will be disclosed to the general public three
months after the release of this pre-advisory.


For more information regarding CYBSEC: www.cybsec.com
(c) 2006 - CYBSEC S.A. Security Systems

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