Vulnerability Details

Huawei Data Communication: Buffer Overflow Vulnerability in Some Huawei Products (huawei-sa-20171213-01-ike)

Published: 2020-06-25 20:42:17
CVE Author: NIST National Vulnerability Database

CVSS Base Vector:

Detection Type:
Remote Banner

Solution Type:
Vendor Patch

Some Huawei products have a buffer overflow vulnerability due to incomplete range checks of the input data.

Detection Method:
Checks if a vulnerable version is present on the target host.

Technical Details:
An unauthenticated, remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending malicious IKE packets to the targeted device. An exploit could allow the attacker to cause the device to write out of bounds and restart. (Vulnerability ID: HWPSIRT-2017-02047)

An attacker can exploit this vulnerability to make the device write out of bounds and restart.

Affected Versions:
AR120-S versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 AR1200 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R006C13 V200R007C00SPC900 V200R007C02 AR1200-S versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 V200R008C20SPC800PWE AR150 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 V200R007C02 AR150-S versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 AR160 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R006C12 V200R007C00SPC900 V200R007C02 AR200 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 AR200-S versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 AR2200 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R006C13 V200R006C16PWE V200R007C00SPC900 V200R007C02 AR2200-S versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 V200R008C20SPC800PWE AR3200 versions V200R006C10SPC200 V200R006C11 V200R007C00 V200R007C02 AR3600 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 AR510 versions V200R006C12 V200R006C13 V200R006C15 V200R006C16 V200R006C17 V200R007C00SPC900 DBS3900 TDD LTE versions V100R003C00 V100R004C10 NetEngine16EX versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 SRG1300 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 V200R007C02 SRG2300 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900 V200R007C02 SRG3300 versions V200R006C10SPC300 V200R007C00SPC900.

See the referenced vendor advisory for a solution.

NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) NVD (National Vulnerability Database)


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