Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 456379
RHEL4: audit log injection attack via login
Last modified: 2009-05-18 15:02:09 EDT
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #456378 +++
Steve Grubb wrote:
> A while back I found a couple audit log injection attacks which became
> CVE-2007-3102. I forgot to look at login to see if its vulnerable and Mirek
> found that it is. To verify the problem, type:
> root addr=xyz.com
> for the account name while logging in. It will look like root logged in with
> an address of xyz.com.
Note, the problem has been fixed in Fedora and upstream code.
Steve's note about RHEL4:
> For RHEL4, have a Requires: audit-libs >= 1.0.15 and you should be fine. I
> think that function was not available in some early versions of the library.
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