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Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2018 19:02:27 +0000
From: Kurtis <>
To: "" <>
Subject: [FD] [Fixed Link] [CVE-2018-5189] Rumble In The Jungo – A Code Execution Walkthrough

** Advisory Information

Title: [CVE-2018-5189] Rumble In The Jungo – A Code Execution Walkthrough
Blog URL:
Vendor: Jungo
Date Published: 10/01/2017
CVE: CVE-2018-5189

** Vulnerability Summary

Leveraging a race condition/double fetch to trigger a pool overflow
within the Jungo Windriver allowing a local privilage escalation to SYSTEM.

** Vendor Response

Jungo have released a new version of the driver thus mitigating
exploitation of this issue.

** Report Timeline

Disclosed to vendor – 23/12/2017

Response from vendor, request for initial advisory – 24/12/2017

Initial advisory sent – 29/12/2017

Beta patch sent for testing by vendor – 01/01/2018

Patch confirmed to mitigate vulnerabilities – 01/01/2017

Patch released – 10/01/2017

** Credit

This vulnerability was discovered by Tim Carrington @__invictus_, part of the Fidus
Information Security research team.

** References

** Disclaimer

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