Vulnerability Details

Huawei Data Communication: Five Vulnerabilities in Some Huawei Products (huawei-sa-20191211-01-ssp)

Published: 2020-06-05 08:17:40
CVE Author: NIST National Vulnerability Database

CVSS Base Vector:
AV:L/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:N/A:C

Detection Type:
Remote Banner

Solution Type:
Vendor Patch

Summary:
There is an out-of-bounds read vulnerability in some Huawei products.

Technical Details:
There is an out-of-bounds read vulnerability in some Huawei products. An attacker who logs in to the board may send crafted messages from the internal network port or tamper with inter-process message packets to exploit this vulnerability. Due to insufficient validation of the message, successful exploit may cause the affected board abnormal. (Vulnerability ID: HWPSIRT-2019-01067)This vulnerability has been assigned a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) ID: CVE-2019-5254.There is a DoS vulnerability in some Huawei products. An attacker may send crafted messages from a FTP client to exploit this vulnerability. Due to insufficient validation of the message, successful exploit may cause the system out-of-bounds read and result in a denial of service condition of the affected service. (Vulnerability ID: HWPSIRT-2019-01071)This vulnerability has been assigned a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) ID: CVE-2019-5255.There is a null pointer dereference vulnerability in some Huawei products. The system dereferences a pointer that it expects to be valid, but is NULL. A local attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending crafted parameters. A successful exploit could cause a denial of service and the process reboot. (Vulnerability ID: HWPSIRT-2019-01072)This vulnerability has been assigned a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) ID: CVE-2019-5256.There is a resource management vulnerability in some Huawei products. An attacker who logs in to the board may send crafted messages from the internal network port or tamper with inter-process message packets to exploit this vulnerability. Due to improper management of system resources, successful exploit may cause resource exhausted. (Vulnerability ID: HWPSIRT-2019-01073)This vulnerability has been assigned a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) ID: CVE-2019-5257.There is a buffer overflow vulnerability in some Huawei products. An attacker who logs in to the board may send crafted messages from the internal network port or tamper with inter-process message packets to exploit this vulnerability. Due to insufficient validation of the message, successful exploit may cause the affected board abnormal. (Vulnerability ID: HWPSIRT-2019-01074)This vulnerability has been assigned a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) ID: CVE-2019-5258.Huawei has released software updates to fix these vulnerabilities. This advisory is available in the linked references.

Impact:
Successful exploit may cause the affected board abnormal. Successful exploit may cause the system out-of-bounds read and result in a denial of service condition of the affected service. Successful exploit may cause a denial of service and the process reboot. Successful exploit may cause resource exhausted.

Affected Versions:
AP2000 versions V200R005C30 V200R006C10 V200R006C20 V200R007C10 V200R007C20 V200R008C00 V200R008C10 V200R009C00 IPS Module versions V500R001C00SPC300 V500R001C00SPC500 V500R001C00SPH303 V500R001C00SPH508 V500R001C20 V500R001C20SPC100 V500R001C20SPC100PWE V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC200B062 V500R001C20SPC200PWE V500R001C20SPC300B078 V500R001C20SPC300PWE V500R001C30 V500R001C30SPC100 V500R001C30SPC100PWE V500R001C30SPC200 V500R001C30SPC200PWE V500R001C30SPC300 V500R001C50 V500R001C50PWE V500R001C80 V500R005C00 NGFW Module versions V500R001C00SPC300 V500R001C00SPC500 V500R001C00SPC500PWE V500R001C00SPH303 V500R001C00SPH508 V500R001C20 V500R001C20SPC100 V500R001C20SPC100PWE V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC200B062 V500R001C20SPC200PWE V500R001C20SPC300B078 V500R001C20SPC300PWE V500R002C00 V500R002C00SPC100 V500R002C00SPC100PWE V500R002C00SPC200 V500R002C00SPC200PWE V500R002C00SPC300 V500R002C10 V500R002C10PWE V500R002C30 V500R002C30PWE V500R005C00 NIP6300 versions V500R001C00SPC300 V500R001C00SPC500 V500R001C00SPH303 V500R001C00SPH508 V500R001C20 V500R001C20SPC100 V500R001C20SPC100PWE V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC200B062 V500R001C20SPC200PWE V500R001C20SPC300B078 V500R001C20SPC300PWE V500R001C30 V500R001C30SPC100 V500R001C30SPC100PWE V500R001C30SPC200 V500R001C30SPC200PWE V500R001C30SPC300 V500R001C50 V500R001C50PWE V500R001C80 V500R005C00 NIP6600 versions V500R001C00SPC300 V500R001C00SPC500 V500R001C00SPH303 V500R001C00SPH508 V500R001C20 V500R001C20SPC100 V500R001C20SPC100PWE V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC200B062 V500R001C20SPC200PWE V500R001C20SPC300B078 V500R001C30 V500R001C30SPC100 V500R001C30SPC100PWE V500R001C30SPC200 V500R001C30SPC200PWE V500R001C30SPC300 V500R001C50 V500R001C50PWE V500R001C80 V500R005C00 NIP6800 versions V500R001C50 V500R001C50PWE V500R001C80 V500R005C00 S5700 versions V200R005C03 SVN5600 versions V200R003C00SPC100 SVN5800 versions V200R003C00SPC100 SVN5800-C versions V200R003C00SPC100 SeMG9811 versions V500R002C20 V500R002C30 V500R005C00 Secospace AntiDDoS8000 versions V500R001C00 V500R001C00SPC200 V500R001C00SPC300 V500R001C00SPC500 V500R001C00SPC600 V500R001C00SPC700 V500R001C00SPH303 V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC300 V500R001C20SPC500 V500R001C20SPC600 V500R001C60SPC100 V500R001C60SPC101 V500R001C60SPC200 V500R001C60SPC300 V500R001C60SPC500 V500R001C60SPC600 V500R005C00 V500R005C00SPC100 Secospace USG6300 versions V100R001C20SPC100 V500R001C00SPC300 V500R001C00SPC500 V500R001C00SPC500PWE V500R001C00SPH303 V500R001C00SPH508 V500R001C20 V500R001C20SPC100 V500R001C20SPC100PWE V500R001C20SPC101 V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC200B062 V500R001C20SPC200PWE V500R001C20SPC300B078 V500R001C20SPC300PWE V500R001C30 V500R001C30SPC100 V500R001C30SPC100PWE V500R001C30SPC200 V500R001C30SPC200PWE V500R001C30SPC300 V500R001C50 V500R001C50PWE V500R001C80 V500R001C80PWE V500R005C00 Secospace USG6500 versions V100R001C20SPC100 V500R001C00SPC300 V500R001C00SPC500 V500R001C00SPC500PWE V500R001C00SPH303 V500R001C00SPH508 V500R001C20 V500R001C20SPC100 V500R001C20SPC100PWE V500R001C20SPC101 V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC200B062 V500R001C20SPC200PWE V500R001C20SPC300B078 V500R001C20SPC300PWE V500R001C30 V500R001C30SPC100 V500R001C30SPC100PWE V500R001C30SPC200 V500R001C30SPC200PWE V500R001C30SPC300 V500R001C50 V500R001C50PWE V500R001C80 V500R001C80PWE V500R005C00 Secospace USG6600 versions V100R001C00SPC200 V100R001C10SPC200 V100R001C10SPC201 V100R001C20SPC100 V100R001C20SPC200 V500R001C00 V500R001C00SPC050 V500R001C00SPC090 V500R001C00SPC300 V500R001C00SPC500 V500R001C00SPC500PWE V500R001C00SPH303 V500R001C20 V500R001C20SPC100 V500R001C20SPC100PWE V500R001C20SPC101 V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC200PWE V500R001C20SPC300 V500R001C20SPC300B078 V500R001C20SPC300PWE V500R001C30 V500R001C30SPC100 V500R001C30SPC100PWE V500R001C30SPC200 V500R001C30SPC200PWE V500R001C30SPC300 V500R001C30SPC500 V500R001C30SPC600 V500R001C30SPC600PWE V500R001C30SPC601 V500R001C50 V500R001C50PWE V500R001C50SPC009 V500R001C50SPC100 V500R001C50SPC100PWE V500R001C50SPC200 V500R001C50SPC200PWE V500R001C50SPC300 V500R001C60 V500R001C60SPC100 V500R001C60SPC100PWE V500R001C60SPC200 V500R001C60SPC200PWE V500R001C60SPC300 V500R001C60SPC500 V500R001C80 V500R001C80PWE V500R005C00 V500R005C00SPC100 V500R005C00SPC102 USG6000V versions V500R001C10 V500R001C10SPC100 V500R001C10SPC200 V500R001C20 V500R001C20SPC100 V500R001C20SPC200 V500R001C20SPC300 V500R001C20SPC500 V500R001C20SPC600 V500R003C00 V500R003C00SPC100 V500R005C00 V500R005C00SPC100 eSpace U1981 versions V200R003C50SPC700

Recommendations:
See the referenced vendor advisory for a solution.

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

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

https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2019-5254
https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2019-5255
https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2019-5256
https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2019-5257
https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2019-5258

References:

https://www.huawei.com/en/psirt/security-advisories/huawei-sa-20191211-01-ssp-en

Severity
Medium
CVSS Score
4.9
Published
2020-06-05
Modified
2020-07-01
Category
Huawei

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