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(HP Issues More Fixes [Revision 10 of their Security Bulletin]) Many Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Implementations Allow Remote Users to Deny Service or Obtain Access to the System
SecurityTracker Alert ID:  1004465
SecurityTracker URL:  http://securitytracker.com/id/1004465
CVE Reference:   CVE-2002-0012, CVE-2002-0013   (Links to External Site)
Date:  Jun 5 2002
Impact:   Denial of service via network, Execution of arbitrary code via network, Root access via network, User access via network
Fix Available:  Yes  Vendor Confirmed:  Yes  

Description:   CERT reported that the University of Oulu (Finland) has discovered vulnerabilities in many vendor implementations of the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) version 1.

The Oulu University Secure Programming Group (OUSPG, http://www.ee.oulu.fi/research/ouspg/) reports that there are numerous vulnerabilities in SNMPv1 implementations from many different vendors. A remote user can reportedly cause denial of service attacks or gain elevated privileges on the system.

The extent of the vulnerabilities depends on the specific vendor implementation. Vulnerabilities apparently include denial-of-service conditions, format string vulnerabilities, and buffer overflows. Some vulnerabilities do not require the request message to use the correct SNMP community string, according to CERT.

HP reports that several of their products are affected.

Impact:   A remote user may be able to cause denial of service conditions or may be able to obtain elevated privileges on the system.
Solution:   The vendor has released additional fixes. In revision #10 of their security bulletin, HP announces that additional Emanate and NNM patches are available.

The full set of available patches includes the following:

PHSS_26510 s700_800 HP-UX 10.10, 10.01 Emanate 14.0
PHSS_26137 s700_800 HP-UX 10.20 OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
PHSS_27181 s700_800 HP-UX 10.20 OV EMANATE14.2 Agent [Newly available]
PHSS_26367 s700_800 HP-UX 10.24 VirtualVault (VVOS)
PHSS_26138 s700_800 HP-UX 11.X OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
PHSS_27182 s700_800 HP-UX 11.X OV EMANATE14.2 Agent [Newly available]
PHSS_26368 s700_800 HP-UX 11.04 VirtualVault (VVOS)

PSOV_03087 Solaris 2.5.1, Solaris 2.6, Solaris 2.7, Solaris 2.8; EMANATE Release 14.2
PSOV_03162 Solaris 2.5.1, Solaris 2.6, Solaris 2.7, Solaris 2.8; EMANATE Release 14.2

PSOV_03113 Solaris 2.3, Solaris 2.4 Emanate Release 14.0

For systems running OV NNM install above SNMP patches for HP-UX and Solaris in addition to the NNM patches listed below.

For Windows/NT install:

NNM_00846 Windows NT4.0/4.01 Windows 2000 [Newly available]
NNM_00909 Windows NT4.0/4.01 Windows 2000 [Newly available]

NNM6.2:

PHSS_26932 NNM 6.2 HP-UX 10.20
PHSS_26933 NNM 6.2 HP-UX 11.X
NNM_00890 NNM 6.2 Win NT/2k
PSOV_03144 NNM 6.2 Solaris 2.X

NNM6.1 Note: both patches are required.

PHSS_26918, PHSS_26908 NNM 6.1 HP-UX 10.20
PHSS_26919, PHSS_26909 NNM 6.1 HP-UX 11.X
NNM_00889, ECS_00011 NNM 6.1 Win NT/2k
PSOV_03143, PSOV_03142 NNM 6.1 Solaris 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8

NNM5.01:

PHSS_26806 NNM 5.01 HP-UX 10.20
PSOV_03136 NNM 5.01 Solaris 2.X

NNM4.11:

PHSS_26777 NNM 4.11 HP-UX 10.20
PSOV_03132 NNM 4.11 Solaris 2.X

See the Source Message for the vendor's advisory containing additional information.

Vendor URL:  www.hp.com/ (Links to External Site)
Cause:   Access control error, Boundary error, Input validation error
Underlying OS:  UNIX (HP/UX), UNIX (Solaris - SunOS), Windows (NT), Windows (2000)

Message History:   This archive entry is a follow-up to the message listed below.
Feb 12 2002 Many Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Implementations Allow Remote Users to Deny Service or Obtain Access to the System



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Table of Contents:

Document ID      Title
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HPSBUX0202-184   Sec. Vulnerability in SNMP (rev. 10)

The documents are listed below.
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Document ID:  HPSBUX0202-184
Date Loaded:  20020212
      Title:  Sec. Vulnerability in SNMP (rev. 10)

TEXT

			

				

 -----------------------------------------------------------------
  **REVISED 10**  HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY SECURITY BULLETIN: #0184,
   Originally issued: 12 Feb. 2002
   Last revision:     31 May 2002
 -----------------------------------------------------------------

The information in the following Security Bulletin should be acted
upon as soon as possible.  Hewlett-Packard Company will not be
liable for any consequences to any customer resulting from customer's
failure to fully implement instructions in this Security Bulletin as
soon as possible.

 ------------------------------------------------------------------
PROBLEM:  Vulnerabilities in SNMP request and trap handling.

PLATFORM: HP 9000 Series 700 and Series 800 running HP-UX
          releases 10.X and 11.X
          HP Procurve switches
          HP TopTools Remote Control Card
          JetDirect Firmware
          MC/ServiceGuard, EMS HA Monitors
          Solaris running OpenView or NNM
          Windows/NT running OpenView or NNM

DAMAGE:   Possible denial-of-service, service interruptions,
          unauthorized access.

SOLUTION: Apply patches or implement workarounds.  See below.
           For HP-UX releases:
 **REVISED 10**
        PHSS_26510    s700_800  HP-UX  10.10, 10.01  Emanate 14.0
        PHSS_26137    s700_800  HP-UX 10.20 OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
    -->>PHSS_27181    s700_800  HP-UX 10.20 OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
        PHSS_26367    s700_800  HP-UX 10.24 VirtualVault (VVOS)
        PHSS_26138    s700_800  HP-UX 11.X  OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
    -->>PHSS_27182    s700_800  HP-UX 11.X  OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
        PHSS_26368    s700_800  HP-UX 11.04 VirtualVault (VVOS)

        PSOV_03087    Solaris 2.5.1, Solaris 2.6, Solaris 2.7
                      Solaris 2.8   EMANATE Release 14.2
    -->>PSOV_03162    Solaris 2.5.1, Solaris 2.6, Solaris 2.7
                      Solaris 2.8   EMANATE Release 14.2

        PSOV_03113    Solaris 2.3, Solaris 2.4 Emanate Release 14.0

    -->>For systems running OV NNM install above SNMP
    -->>patches for HP-UX and Solaris in addition to the NNM
        patches listed below.

    -->>For Windows/NT install:
    -->>    NNM_00846    Windows NT4.0/4.01 Windows 2000
    -->>    NNM_00909    Windows NT4.0/4.01 Windows 2000

        NNM6.2
        PHSS_26932    NNM 6.2   HP-UX 10.20
        PHSS_26933    NNM 6.2   HP-UX 11.X
        NNM_00890     NNM 6.2   Win NT/2k
        PSOV_03144    NNM 6.2   Solaris 2.X

        NNM6.1 Note: both patches are required.
        PHSS_26918, PHSS_26908  NNM 6.1 HP-UX 10.20
        PHSS_26919, PHSS_26909  NNM 6.1 HP-UX 11.X
        NNM_00889, ECS_00011    NNM 6.1  Win NT/2k
        PSOV_03143, PSOV_03142  NNM 6.1 Solaris 2.5,
                                    2.6, 2.7, 2.8

        NNM5.01
        PHSS_26806    NNM 5.01  HP-UX  10.20
        PSOV_03136    NNM 5.01  Solaris 2.X

        NNM4.11
        PHSS_26777    NNM 4.11  HP-UX  10.20
        PSOV_03132    NNM 4.11  Solaris 2.X

MANUAL ACTIONS: Upgrade or workaround action per below.

AVAILABILITY:   Patches for some affected systems are available now.

CHANGE SUMMARY: Rev.01 affected HP Procurve scope expanded,
                       plus Procurve patch availability added.
                       NNM ovtrapd patch availability added.
                Rev.02 SG and EMS found not vulnerable.
                Rev.03 JetDirect vulnerability updated
                Rev.04 NNM 5.X and VVOS patches, vulnerability note
                       for Solaris, and Windows NT.
                Rev.05 VVOS patch ID typo.
                Rev.06 Updating NNM 5.X section, HP OC SS7 added
                Rev.07 Added OpenView product status list
                Rev.08 Added NNM 5.01 and 4.11 patches for HP-UX
                       and Solaris
                Rev.09 New NNM 6.1 and NNM 6.2 patches, additional
                       Emanate patches, and TopTools Remote
                       Control Card information
         -->>   Rev.10 Additional Emanate and NNM patches.

 ------------------------------------------------------------------

A. Background
    CERT has issued an advisory:
    CERT Advisory CA-2002-03 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Many
    Implementations of the Simple Network Management Protocol
    (SNMPv1) containing information about the vulnerabilities.

    Hewlett-Packard Company will revise this bulletin as new
    information becomes available.

    ---------------------------------------------------------
    hp Procurve switches
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    We are still in the process of determining which other HP
    Procurve products are subject to these vulnerabilities.
    We have created fixes for products below which will resolve
    these issues.  See Section C below.

    Customers can download these patches in the form of software
    upgrades at:
              http://www.hp.com/rnd/software/switches.htm

                   Product                      Fix revision number
       ----------------------------------       -------------------
       HP Procurve Switch 2524   (J4813A)        F.04.08 or greater
       HP Procurve Switch 2512   (J4812A)        F.04.08 or greater
       HP Procurve Switch 4108GL (J4865A)        G.04.05 or greater
       HP Procurve Switch 4108GL-bundle (J4861A) G.04.05 or greater

    Not all HP Procurve products have completed testing, nor are
    they listed here, and may or may not have these vulnerabilities.
    This bulletin will again be updated as new information becomes
    available.


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    HP TopTools Remote Control Card
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    TopTools Remote Control (TTRC) card, rev. 2.0. (product P1218A)
    has an SNMP MIB defect.


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    NNM  (Network Node Manager)
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    Some problems found in NNM product were related to trap
    handling.  Patches are available.  See Section C below.


    ---------------------------------------------------------
     JetDirect Firmware
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    JetDirect Firmware Version      State
    ==========================      =====
        X.08.32 and lower           VULNERABLE
       (where X = A through K)
        X.21.00 and higher          NOT vulnerable
       (where X = L through P)

     ----------------------------------------------------------
     HP-UX Systems running snmpd or OpenView
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     Any HP-UX 10.X or 11.X system running snmpd or snmpdm is
     vulnerable.  To determine if your HP-UX system has snmpd
     or snmpdm installed:

           swlist -l file | grep snmpd


     ----------------------------------------------------------
       Other systems running OpenView or NNM
     ----------------------------------------------------------

     Solaris and Windows/NT systems running OpenView or NNM
     are vulnerable.



     ----------------------------------------------------------
     OpenView Product         Status
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     NNM                      Vulnerable
                              Patches in process
                              Note:

     **REVISED 10**           Patches for NNM 6.2, NNM 6.1, 
     -->>                     NNM 5.01, NNM 4.11, and Emanate
                              are complete.
                              Patches for NNM 5.02 and NNM 6.01
                              are in process.
                              NNM also ships Emanate SNMP Agents
                              so patches for Emanate SNMP Agents
                              should also be applied (See section
                              "C. Recommended solution" below).
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     ITO/VPO/OVO on           Vulnerable
     Unix                     Patches in process
                              Note:
                              This product bundles the NNM and 
                              Emanate Agents with it. Appropriate
                              NNM and Emanate Agent patches should
                              also be applied. (See section
                              "C. Recommended solution" below).
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     OVO Windows              Under Investigation
     VPW/OVO Windows          Note:
                              OVO bundles the NNM and Emanate
                              Agents with it.  Appropriate NNM and
                              Emanate agent patches should also be
                              applied. (See section
                              "C. Recommended solution" below).
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     Extensible Agent         Vulnerable
     (EA)                     Patches released

                              HP-UX 10.01, 10.10
                                    - PHSS_26510
                              HP-UX 10.20 - PHSS_26137
                              HP-UX 11.0  - PHSS_26138
                              Solaris 2.5.1, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8
                                    - PSOV_03087
                              Solaris 2.3, 2.4
                                    - PSOV_03113

     ----------------------------------------------------------
     Emanate SNMP Agents      Vulnerable
                              Patches releases

                              HP-UX 10.01, 10.10  - PHSS_26510
  **REVISED 10**       -->>   HP-UX 10.20 - PHSS_26137, PHSS_27181
                       -->>   HP-UX 11.X  - PHSS_26138, PHSS_27182
                              Solaris 2.5.1, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8
                       -->>           - PSOV_03087, PSOV_03162
                              Solaris 2.3, 2.4
                                     - PSOV_03113
                       -->>   NT     - NNM_00846, NNM_00909
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     SAM builder              Under Investigation
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     SAM allocator            Under Investigation
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     SAM accountant           Under Investigation
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     SAM optimizer            Under Investigation
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     SAM SNM                  Under Investigation
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     SA (Service Assurance)   Under Investigation
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     OEMF                     Under Investigation
     ----------------------------------------------------------
     DM                       Under Investigation
     ----------------------------------------------------------

B. Fixing the problem
   Install the appropriate patch or firmware revision or work
   around problem as detailed below.

C. Recommended solution
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    hp Procurve switches
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    Customers can download these patches in the form of software
    upgrades at:
              http://www.hp.com/rnd/software/switches.htm

             Product                        Fix revision number
    -----------------------------------     -------------------
    HP Procurve Switch 2524    (J4813A)       F.04.08 or greater
    HP Procurve Switch 2512    (J4812A)       F.04.08 or greater
    HP Procurve Switch 4108GL  (J4865A)       G.04.05 or greater
    HP Procurve Switch 4108GL-bundle (J4861A) G.04.05 or greater

    ---------------------------------------------------------
    NNM  (Network Node Manager)
    ---------------------------------------------------------


    Problems found in the NNM 6.1 and NNM 6.2 products are
    addressed in patches available at:

     http://support.openview.hp.com/cpe/patches/nnm/

    Note: The NNM 6.2 patches listed in previous revisions
      of this bulletin only addressed trap handling.  The
      following patches address all NNM 6.2 vulnerabilities.


      PHSS_26932    s700_800  HP-UX  10.20   all fixes
      PHSS_26933    s700_800  HP-UX  11.X    all fixes
      PSOV_03144    Solaris 2.X              all fixes
      NNM_00890     NT 4.X/Windows 2000      all fixes

      PHSS_26918, PHSS_26908  NNM 6.1 HP-UX 10.20
      PHSS_26919, PHSS_26909  NNM 6.1 HP-UX 11.X
      NNM_00889, ECS_00011    NNM 6.1  Win NT/2k
      PSOV_03143, PSOV_03142  NNM 6.1 Solaris 2.5,
                                   2.6, 2.7, 2.8
      Note: For NNM 6.1 both patches are required.



    For NNM 5.01, and 4.11 (HP-UX and Solaris versions only) see
    the list below, and obtain the patches from:

       http://support.openview.hp.com/cpe/patches/nnm/nnm.jsp

          NNM 5.01
          --------
          HP-UX 10.20   PHSS_26806
          Solaris 2.X   PSOV_03136

          NNM 4.11
          --------
          HP-UX 10.20   PHSS_26777
          Solaris 2.X   PSOV_03132


     Patches for NNM 5.02 and NNM 6.01 are in process.
     This bulletin will be updated when new patches are available.


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    MC/ServiceGuard
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    MC/ServiceGuard is not affected.  Testing has been completed
    and neither MC/ServiceGuard nor ServiceGuard OPS Edition are
    negatively impacted.

    The ServiceGuard Manager product does not use the cluster
    SNMP and remains unaffected.

    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Event Monitoring System  (EMS)
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Testing of the MC/ServiceGuard or ServiceGuard OPS Edition
    application with package resources defined using EMS High
    Availability Monitors has been completed and shows no
    vulnerability to this issue.


    ---------------------------------------------------------
     HP TopTools Remote Control Card
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    TopTools Remote Control (TTRC) card, rev. 2.0. (product P1218A)
    has an SNMP MIB defect.  This is fixed in firmware version
    B.03.02 available at:

    http://h20004.www2.hp.com/keeper_rnotes/bsdmatrix/matrix62319.html


    ---------------------------------------------------------
     JetDirect Firmware
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    JetDirect Firmware Version      State
    ==========================      =====
     X.08.32 and lower           VULNERABLE
      (where X = A through K)
     X.21.00 and higher          NOT vulnerable
      (where X = L through P)

    FIX STATUS: HP is working on a firmware fix.

    WORKAROUND: Change the set-community-name and use the
    Access Control List as described in "HP JetDirect Print
    Servers - Making HP JetDirect Print Servers Secure on
    the Network":

   http://www.hp.com/cposupport/networking/support_doc/
       bpj05999.html#P88_10129

          LIMITING THE VULNERABILITY

    SNMPv1 security relies on the set community name. It is
    important that a set-community-name be configured on the
    JetDirect device and that it be kept secret.

    JetDirect Print Servers offer an Access Control List that
    can be used to specify which hosts can make SNMP
    configuration changes to JetDirect Print Servers.

    The steps above can help prevent exploitation of the
    vulnerability.  To eliminate the vulnerability before a fix
    is available SNMP can be disabled on the JetDirect device.

         DISABLING SNMP ON A JETDIRECT PRINT SERVER

    1. Update the firmware to the highest level as described in
    the JetDirect Upgrade Instructions document:

 http://www.hp.com/cposupport/networking/support_doc/bpj06917.html

    NOTE:    Disabling SNMP may affect device discovery and port
             monitors that use SNMP to get status on the device.
             Use this feature with care.

    2.  Telnet to the JetDirect device (on the latest firmware)
    and type:
                   snmp-config: 0
                   quit

    This will completely disable SNMP on the JetDirect device.


    HP always recommends upgrading JetDirect firmware for the
    latest bug fixes and security benefits.  The upgrade firmware
    and download utility are available free of charge:

     http://www.hp.com/cposupport/networking/support_doc/bpj06917.html

    The following is a list of JetDirect Product Numbers
    that can be freely upgraded to X.08.32 or X.21.00 or
    higher firmware.  The latest firmware revision available
    for download is given.  For example, the latest firmware
    revision for the J3110A is G.08.32.

    EIO (Peripherals LaserJet 4000, 5000, 8000, etc...)
        J3110A 10T                              [G.08.32]
        J3111A 10T/10B2/LocalTalk               [G.08.32]
        J3112A Token Ring (discontinued)        [G.08.32]
        J3113A 10/100 (discontinued)            [G.08.32]
        J4169A 10/100                           [L.21.22]
        J4167A Token Ring                       [L.21.25]
        J6057A 10/100                           [R.22.09]

    MIO (Peripherals LaserJet 4, 4si, 5si, etc...)
        J2550A/B 10T (discontinued) [A.08.32]
        J2552A/B 10T/10Base2/LocalTalk (discontinued) [A.08.32]
        J2555A/B Token Ring (discontinued) [A.08.32]
        J4100A 10/100                      [K.08.32]
        J4105A Token Ring                  [K.08.32]
        J4106A 10T                         [K.08.32]

    LIO (Peripherals Color InkJet cp1160, cp1700)
        J6042A 250m 10/100                    [N.21.22]

    External Print Servers
        J2591A EX+ (discontinued)               [E.08.32]
        J2593A EX+3 10T/10B2 (discontinued)     [D.08.32]
        J2594A EX+3 Token Ring (discontinued)   [D.08.32]
        J3263A 300X 10/100                      [H.08.32]
        J3264A 500X Token Ring                  [J.08.32]
        J3265A 500X 10/100                      [J.08.32]
        J6038A 310x USB 10/100                  [Q.22.04]

    ----------------------------------------------------------
    HP-UX Systems running snmpd or OpenView
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    The following patches are available now:

  **REVISED 10**
        PHSS_26510    s700_800  HP-UX  10.10, 10.01  Emanate 14.0
        PHSS_26137    s700_800  HP-UX 10.20 OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
    -->>PHSS_27181    s700_800  HP-UX 10.20 OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
        PHSS_26367    s700_800  HP-UX 10.24 VirtualVault (VVOS)
        PHSS_26138    s700_800  HP-UX 11.X  OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
    -->>PHSS_27182    s700_800  HP-UX 11.X  OV EMANATE14.2 Agent
        PHSS_26368    s700_800  HP-UX 11.04 VirtualVault (VVOS)

        PSOV_03087    Solaris 2.5.1, Solaris 2.6, Solaris 2.7
                      Solaris 2.8   EMANATE Release 14.2
    -->>PSOV_03162    Solaris 2.5.1, Solaris 2.6, Solaris 2.7
                      Solaris 2.8   EMANATE Release 14.2
        PSOV_03113    Solaris 2.3, Solaris 2.4 Emanate Release 14.0

    -->>For systems running OV NNM install above SNMP
    -->>patches for HP-UX and Solaris.

    -->>For Windows/NT install:
    -->>    NNM_00846    Windows NT4.0/4.01 Windows 2000
    -->>    NNM_00909    Windows NT4.0/4.01 Windows 2000

    PSOV_03087, PSOV_0162, NNM_00846, NNM_00909, and
    PSOV_03113 are available from:

     http://support.openview.hp.com/cpe/patches/

    PHSS_26367 and PHSS_26368 available from:
           http://itrc.hp.com

    PHSS_26510, PHSS_26137, PHSS_27181, PHSS_27182
    and PHSS_26138 are available from both sites.

    The HP OC SS7 (OpenCall) products J3362A and J5938A running
    on HP-UX releases 10.20 and 11.X are not vulnerable if the
    applicable HP-UX patch listed above is installed.

  ============================================================
   NOTE: The patches are labeled OV (OpenView).  However, the
   patches are also applicable to systems that are _NOT_
   running OpenView.
  ============================================================

    Workaround for HP-UX Systems:

    If a patch is not available for your platform or you cannot
    install an available patch, snmpd and snmpdm can be disabled
    by removing their entries from /etc/services and removing the
    execute permissions from /usr/sbin/snmpd and /usr/sbin/snmpdm.

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   any way, is attributed to HP, and provided such reproduction
   and/or distribution is performed for non-commercial purposes.

   Any other use of this information is prohibited. HP is not
   liable for any misuse of this information by any third party.
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